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There are two ways you can upload your files after a drive has been [[Mapping a Drive under Vista|mapped]] to your school scoilnet hosting area.  
 
There are two ways you can upload your files after a drive has been [[Mapping a Drive under Vista|mapped]] to your school scoilnet hosting area.  
  
# Publishing or exporting directly via your webdesign package such as WebsiteX5 or Dreamweaver. Where it asks for the destination directory, select the drive letter and ''<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span>.scoilnet.ie'',  e.g. x:/''<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span>.scoilnet.ie''. Your folder will have your [[Online Name]] instead of ''school1''.
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# Publishing or exporting directly via your webdesign package such as WebsiteX5 or Dreamweaver. Where it asks for the destination directory, select the drive letter and ''<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span>.scoilnet.ie'',  e.g. x:\''<span style="background-color: pink;">school1</span>.scoilnet.ie''. Your folder will have your [[Online Name]] instead of ''school1''.
 
# By copying your website files directly, [[Upload via Copying Files|example]].
 
# By copying your website files directly, [[Upload via Copying Files|example]].

Latest revision as of 17:28, 5 November 2008

Note: The following only seems to work when logged in as the Administrator User of Vista

Preliminaries

First, your computer must have Microsoft's Software Update for Web Folders (KB907306) installed in order for WebDAV to function properly with Vista. If you have not already done so, install this update

Mapping a Drive under Vista

Mapping a Drive under Vista

Upload your files

There are two ways you can upload your files after a drive has been mapped to your school scoilnet hosting area.

  1. Publishing or exporting directly via your webdesign package such as WebsiteX5 or Dreamweaver. Where it asks for the destination directory, select the drive letter and school1.scoilnet.ie, e.g. x:\school1.scoilnet.ie. Your folder will have your Online Name instead of school1.
  2. By copying your website files directly, example.