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    External Access to Public Area

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    The heads of Science (also an Assisstant. Head) and ICT would like to be able to access the Public Area (where all the shared resources are kept) from outside school.

    How would I go about this?

    The area is all kept on a Windows Server 2003 Storage Server.

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    IIS server running WebDav over SSL?

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    It wan definately be set up to use SSL, I'm not sure what WEbDAV is :$

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    IIS We bfoler using WebDav but you should configure SSL on the site this guide provides information.

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WebDAV

    You don't need to know

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    I can set up SSL, done that before with the Exchange Server, it's this WebDAV I've not heard of...

    I'll go search google

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    ahh I see how to do it now, thankyou.

    Now to get another IP set up at the LEA and then to get someone from our support company to configure my PIX...

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    Re: External Access to Public Area

    Ok, I have it all set up and have tried it from inside school and from my home computer. Worked fine.

    I passed on some instructions to the Head of ICT and the Assistant Head but they both receive an error. I've managed to duplicate this problem in school by removing a computer from the network and trying. The error is:

    The folder you entered does not appear to be valid

    I know it is valid because it works for me when I try my account and standard Staff or Pupil accounts.

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