2019: Windows 7 or Windows 10 Upgrade Issue
Problem: After upgrading my Operating System to Windows 7 or Windows 10, I receive the error message: "Can't map drive: (1204) The specified network provider name is invalid." when trying to connect to a site in WebDrive.
Solution: The Windows upgrade process corrupts the WebDrive network provider (WDNP32). Reinstalling WebDrive and rebooting the computer restores the network provider and fixes the issue.
I receive an error that Windows can't access this disc. What do I do?
Error: Windows can't access this disc. Meaning: Windows is unable to connect and display the contents of the drive letter Resolution: 1. Restart the computer and attempt the connection again. If the issue remains, try either Resolution 2 or 3: ...
2019: Check for program update incorrectly asks for paid upgrade
If your registration code entitles you to upgrade to the latest version and the program update feature is suggesting you have an older version, you can remedy the situation by following either method below: Method 1 Download and install the latest ...
How do I disable windows zip folders?
Windows Zip folders is a shell extension that allows you to examine the contents of zipped files from explorer by clicking on them. This may cause issues in WebDrive with zip files downloading. To disable this functionality in Windows 7 or later ...
WebDAV Timestamp WebDAV servers don't typically allow clients to set a files modified time on the server so WebDrive uses a work around to provide a way to store a files modified time using custom DAV properties. This is how WebDrive will determine ...
User Crash Dump Files for Windows Vista, 7, 8, 10, and Later
If the WebDrive Service Stops and WebDrive crashes during use, here are steps to generate user-mode crash dump files to be used for debugging. Windows Error Reporting allows for user-mode crash dump files to be collected when a user application ...