- Installed and working MSPControl environment.
- Recommended to install WebDAV Portal on same server as Portal
- Run MSPControl Installer
- Choose just WebDAV Portal to be installed:
- Provide IP (loopback 127.0.0.1 is not recommended) and port:
Provide info for account provisioning:
- Specify Enterprise Server URL:
- Provide Crypto key, serveradmin as user and ecrypted password.Crypto key could be found in Enteprise Server's web.config (C:\MSPControl\Enterprise Server\ by default).
Ecrypted serveradmin password could be found in MSPControl database, table users (UserID = 1).
- Run and finish setup.
- Optional, but recommended: go to IIS and assign SSL certificate to your newly created WebDAV Portal website.
- Go to C:\MSPControl\WebDavPortal (default path), open web.config, fill keys from below example and check that keys from point 6 are exist. Here is the filled example of fields required for Cloud Folders:Crypto key:
<add key="MSPControl.CryptoKey" value="grkc28whdf5k6bxxlh27" />Serveradmin and encrypted password:
<MSPControlConstantUser login="serveradmin" password="swtX7chfVcabcR2DqdKI3lmOIDlU8vFSHTS4h6D9hmmwcJwft+cqStZrfbzCSKyA" />
Name of your internal domain:
<userDomain value="hosting.local" />
Your Cloud Folder URL:
<webdavRoot value="https://file.hosting.com/" />
This is what you see in browser as name of WebDAV Site. You can put whatever you want here:
<applicationName value="WebDAV Explorer" />
Enterprise Server URL:
<enterpriseServer url="http://188.8.131.52:9002" />
- Open your MSPControl Portal (not WebDAV Portal) and go to Settings > System Settings. Provide desired WebDAV Portal URL under Organization Password Reset Module section:
- Done. Now you can use your WebDAV Portal for the following features:
- Push password reset links for users and mailboxes from Portal
- Allow end-users to access WebDAV Portal. They can change some basic information here (e.g. Name, Last name) and change their passwords.
- Allow end-users to access their Cloud Folders