How does one go about setting up a macOS High Sierra
wfsctl WebDAV server to use with application such as Password Wallet? Does any one have a good set of notes for setting up a
wfsctl WebDAV server now ships with macOS High Sierra. The context of this question is for mainstream macOS High Sierra, and not any macOS Server software.
Applications (such as PasswordWallet) would use basic username password authentication to access a WebDAV server.
At this time, search on various
apple.com urls only returned one result, "Prepare your institution for ... macOS High Sierra ...", which just states:
You won’t be able to set up file sharing with iOS devices in macOS Server 5.4. ... If you want to configure WebDAV sharing on a Mac with macOS Server 5.4, see the wfsctl(8) manual page.
wfsctl man page (on regular macOS High Sierra) provides technical command information. However, the man page does not provide a example setup or getting started guide.
So far, internet searches for
wfsctl use on macOS High Sierra has not yielded much additional information about using
Finally, while there are many Apache WebDAV guides available, my initial
wfsctl experimenting started with the unexpected
start but not
stop the related Apache
So, does any one have a good set of summary notes specific to setting up a
wfsctl WebDAV server and how to navigate through any "quirks" of a
wfsctl system? (i.e. not general Apache WebDAV links.)