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What is necessary for Network Calendar?? 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
Hi:
I linked out to the 'pdf' in the FAQ about "Apache webdev services.pdf". In that document it states: 'If you want Network functionalities, you need access to webdev. "Maybe you already have a network based drive, then you are fine".' Am I ok with just having a networked base drive????? or do I need a server???

I have read in other threads about having ' a service', like FTP or IIS to get the network aspects of Rainlender.

I am currently running an internal FTP under IIS. Will that fill the bill for what is needed to gain the network aspects of Rainlender???

If so... here is one of the 2 biggies... Can anyone who would have access to our network amend the calendar to reflect there schedule?? I need a 'yes' to that question??

#2. How do I set it up under the services I am currently running. A link to a how to perhaps??

Thanks,
Terry:)
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Re:What is necessary for Network Calendar?? 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
You need a web server with webdav extension or ftp server. IIS should be fine. I don't have any experience in setting up Windows servers so unfortunately I cannot help you with the details.

Anyone who can access your server can also a access the calendar file so they can read the events and make modifications to it (this of course depends on how the user rights have been defined in your server).
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Re:What is necessary for Network Calendar?? 7 Years, 5 Months ago  
Rainy:
Thanks for the reply.

Can anyone point me to how to install on a Win2K server running IIS???

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