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  1. Encode your username and password credentials in base64 using the following Groovy script:

    Code Block
    titleGroovy script
    Basic ${”username:password".bytes.encodeBase64()}
  2. Edit the file /etc/davfs2/davfs2.conf or ~/.davfs2/davfs2.conf and add the encoded credentials to the authorization header as follows:

    Code Block
    titleAdding authorization header
    add_header Authorization “Basic c2hheTpwYXNzd29yZA==”

Authentication for Windows and other WebDAV clients

We suggest utilizing a tool such as Cyberduck (Open Source) when using Windows (see the note below) with WebDAV shared Artifactory repositories. 

 

Note
titleLimitation
Although the use of Windows WebDAV/WebClient components to map/mount a Windows Drive for a WebDAV shared Artifactory does provide a listing of the files - other operations such as copy/move operations are utilizing WebDAV commands which are not supported by Artifactory.