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 Microsoft FrontPage or Expression Web
From a microsoft.com assistance page entitled, Publish your Web site to an FTP or WebDAV server...
- Using FrontPage 2003 or Expression Web, you start by authoring a local or disk-based Web site and then you put, get, synchronize, or publish it to exchange file with the remote copy of the site on the FTP-based or WebDAV-based Web server.
In FrontPage or Expression Web, a local Web site is the source Web site that is opened in FrontPage or Expression Web. This can include your desktop or laptop computer. A remote Web site is the destination site that you publish to in this case, an FTP-base or WebDAV-based server. You can synchronize the two sites to ensure that both copies are up to date.
You set the ... WebDAV connection parameters in the Remote Web Site Properties dialog box. The user interface is extremely straightforward. The connection parameters are readily available the first time you set up the local copy of the site, and they are easy to find thereafter."
- In the "Remote web site location" field, enter the full address of the web folder you wish to access, beginning with https:// (as shown in the image) -- e.g., https://wwwpublish.esf.edu/efb/faculty.
- Check the "Encrypted connection required (SSL)" box.