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Try to change compatibility for odrive.exe to xp service pack 2 and "run as administrator" if you have UAC (user access control) enabled.
otherwise you can try third party apps like 'webdrive' its much better then odrive.
Thanks for the reply.
Using compability mode did not help. I downloaded WebDrive, but I cannot make it connect.
Do I use the full address (with content/webdav) on the URL box?
sorry for late reply, i was out of town,
yes you have to use full address http://yourhost.domain.com:7778/content/dav
I tried installing Oracle Drive 10.2.0.0.11 on Vista Business on one and it works.
The installation never did seem to finish, though. It stopped on what I believe is the last window, but after a restart Oracle Drive did work.
You type in the whole URL in the Server URL field like
https://server:port/files/content (this is OCS 9 rel 2, it might be different on 10g)
However, I had to check the "Allow cleartext password to be sent" box. I do not need to do that using the same client on Windows XP, so I guess this is something that has to do with Vista. Anybody knows something about this, is Vista handling https/webdav authenticating differently? This would be a security risk if it is really sending passwords in cleartext. I tried to do a tcpdump at the server and see, but it was to much to look through in to short time.
I've read on a roadmap (that's only a roadmap, not a truth from god), that 10gR3 should be vista-compatible)