Enable WebDAV with Plesk
Configuring WebDAV in Apache is simple, but it’s even easier to configure and manage with Plesk!
1. Create a Protected Directory
Log into Plesk and select the domain that is to receive the DAV repository. Click on “Protected Directories” and create a new one – name it as the DAV share will be named, for they are one and the same.
2. Configure WebDAV Users
Add users who should have access to this DAV repo.
3. Edit vhost.conf and Reconfigure Plesk
On the server, edit the domain’s vhost.conf and enter the following:
Regenerate Apache’s configuration and you’re golden:
You can easily test DAV configuration by using a DAV client such as `cadaver’.
[code][kale@superhappykittymeow ~]$ cadaver http://www.domain.com/DAVdir
Authentication required for on server `domain.com’:
Listing collection `/DAVDir/’: collection is empty.[/code]
Success! You can manage access to the DAV share through the Plesk interface.