Once these are installed and all dependencies resolved, you can use the following command to mount your briefcase and work as if it is a local folder: davfs2-1.2.2-4.el5i386lwp-1.11-1.i386lwp-devel-1.11-1.i386rvm-1.9-1.i386rvm-devel-1.9-1.i386rvm-tools-1.9-1.i386ncurses-5.5-24.20060715.i386ncurses-devel-5.5-24.20060715.i386rpc2-1.21-1.i386rpc2-devel-1.21-1.i386neon-0.25.5-5.1.i386neon-devel-0.25.5-5.1.i386This didn't work on a few of the test systems running RHEL4 U4 & U5 and RHEL5.I am getting down to the cause for this and will update this page as soon as I have any updates.does not mount the image directly into the local file system.Instead, it provides you with a shell interface that enables you to view, edit, and delete files.
Warning Mounting untrusted guest images using the tools described in this section is a security risk, always use libguestfs tools such as guestfish and guestmount if you have access to them.[the asterisk automatically picks a drive letter not in use] Only the Web DAV redirector is present in Windows Vista. All you have to do is goto and then provide the below link and press enter.The original "Web folders" client has been removed. and eventually adjust the dav_group option to be davfs2.Basic Auth Level Use a valid Commercial SSL certificate is the recommended state for all Zimbra Collaboration environments, in case you don't have one, you will need to change some values in your Microsoft Windows to connect to your Zimbra server, and add the Zimbra CA into your SSL Certificate Trusted Store. Check "Force all files to be reinstalled, regardless of checksum or version". Check "Verify that required user registry entries are present". Check "Verify that required machine registry entries are present". Here is a link:  IE supports this feature since Win98.In the case you are not using a valid Commercial Certificate, or import the Self-Signed CA in case you want to use a Self-Signed SSL certificate, after introduce the credentials you will see the next error. Go to File menu - [the asterisk automatically picks a drive letter not in use] --- Nautilus This is the easiest way of opening up a Web DAV folder in an Explorer/MAC kind of a view.