Hey on there!
Got trouble with mounting drive through WebDav on Windows 11 desktop clients.
On Windows 10 or 7 was no problems yet for 30+ different users and respectively OS assemblies .
Mounting drive using standart command
net use or mounting with Windows GUI as Network folder or Mapped Network Drive
- Tried to map storage with command promt as admin:
net use X: https://owncloud.mydomain.com/remote.php/webdav /persistent:no /savecred
net use X: "\\mydomain.com@SSL\remote.php\webdav\" /persistent:no /savecred
Both with error:
System Error 59. Unexpected error (translated as well as i google it)
Tried to use GUI to map network drive. Used address to map like
https://owncloud.mydomain.com/remote.php/webdav. After entering credentials just repeately asking for credentials few times:
and finally got error:
The mapped network drive could not be created because the following error has occurred A device attached to the system is not functioning(translated as well as i google it)
GUI mapping drive gots error too.
Also tried PowerShell command:
New-PSDrive -Name R -PSProvider FileSystem -Root "\\owncloud.mydomain.com@SSL\remote.php\webdav" -Credential Get-Credential
New-PSDrive : A device attached to the system is not functioning
For sure, next features are set correctly on client Windows 11 to use WebDAV:
- Network Discovery enabled
- Webclient service is running
- FileSizeLimitInBytes = 0xffffffff
Operating system: Ubuntu 18.04.4 LTS
ownCloud version: OC 10.8.0 (docker image), SSL secured with Let’s Encrypt using Traefic
Storage backend (external storage): Local storage used
Client version: NO client app used, just windows standard WebDAV features
Operating system: Windows 11
OS language: Russian, Ukrainian
No any events in OC log on server side when mapping commands trying to run! Seems like client even not trying to talk with server.
Thx for any advice. More and more people trying to use new W11 and i bet same troubles will occur more and more in future. Have to be ready for that, dear Community