SERVER (Host) LOCATION:
(NOTE: https used instead of http & wwwpublish instead of www)
DOMAIN\USERNAME & PASSWORD
Domain & username are usually entered together, separated by a backslash: \
Faculty & Staff:
- DOMAIN\USERNAME: esfadmin\username
(username same as for esf.edu email, i.e., firstname.lastname@example.org)
- PASSWORD: same as esf.edu email/webmail (NOT faculty/staff login password)
- DOMAIN\USERNAME: www\username
(username same as for syr.edu email, i.e., email@example.com)
- PASSWORD: same as syr.edu email/webmail
Connecting with Dreamweaver
You must have Dreamweaver 8 or better! Older versions cannot handle SSL security (the "s" part of https://). If you use Dreamweaver to create and edit webpages but do not manage a complete site, you may wish to keep using your current version of Dreamweaver but upload your files with another method (see XP/IE, Vista or Mac connection pages)
If you manage several pages as a Dreamweaver "site"...
- Select Site > Manage Sites, and then double-click your site in the list. The Site Definition dialog box appears.
- If the Basic tab is selected, click the Advanced tab.
- Click the Remote Info category, and then select WebDAV from the Access pop-up menu.
- Specify how Dreamweaver should connect to your WebDAV server. Your login info will be almost identical to ftp, but the URL field should begin with "https://"
If these instructions do not seem to apply to your version of Dreamweaver, you will find complete WebDAV connection information in your Dreamweaver manual or help files, or via the Dreamweaver support site.