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1 Both [[NetDrive>>http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/qna/999.html]] and [[WebDrive>>http://www.southrivertech.com/products/webdrive/index.html]] are capable of providing a complete file system like abstraction to a remote WebDAV share. Thus far, these two clients seem to be the most complete, stable and robust WebDAV clients available for a Windows environment. The following steps demonstrate how to set-up NetDrive to work with the XWiki-WebDAV interface:
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3 * First you need to find and install [[NetDrive>>http://www.novell.com/coolsolutions/qna/999.html]] (or [[WebDrive>>http://www.southrivertech.com/products/webdrive/index.html]]) on your computer.
4 * If you installed NetDrive correctly, you should see an icon on your taskbar as shown below:
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7 * Now right click on this icon and select **Open NetDrive**:
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10 * The NetDrive window is pretty much intuitive, you should use this interface to create remote WebDAV connections as you prefer. In the following image you can see an example:
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13 * Once you have set-up your connections properly, they will be available on the NetDrive menu. Right click on the NetDrive taskbar icon and select **Connect To -> //connection_name//** as shown below:
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16 * That's it! Now wait patiently until NetDrive mounts your XWiki server into your local file system as shown below:
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