How does it not work?

Webfolders doesn't allow setting permissions on folders or files on a share. You'll need to do this through Zope's security interface via a browser.

I suspect the situation is this: you will likely need a need a content management or a fat client or both if you want users to be able to manage security via a "normal" (nothing really normal about it, IMO, but...) Explorer window.

Zope has a completely different security model than either UNIX or Windows, so something needs to map its notion of security to the client's. Plain-old-webfolders won't help here.

I wonder why you don't just use a Windows share here? What does Zope give you that it wouldn't in this case?

- C

On Sep 14, 2006, at 1:53 PM, Steve wrote:

Chris McDonough wrote:
OK, well, Zope works out of the box with DAV clients, so...
I've read that too... but (maybe I'm just being dumb here) I can't
connect to my zope server via the "Add Network Place" wizard just by
specifying a URL for my zope-server which my web-browser accesses fine.
Can you point me at a how-to?  How does this integrate with
permissions? Will I need a web-based interaction to set-up ACLs for files?

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