IT Hit WebDAV AJAX Library System Requirements
Web Browsers Support
- Google Chrome - latest and previous version. On Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows 10 Mobile.
- Mozilla Firefox - latest and previous version. On Windows, Mac OS X, Linux, iOS, Android, Windows 10 Mobile.
- Safari - latest and previous version. On Mac OS X and iOS.
- Edge - latest and previous version. On Windows, Windows 10 Mobile.
- Internet Explorer 11. On Windows.
Microsoft Office Support
The IT Hit WebDAV Ajax Library supports all Microsoft Office versions on Windows, Mac OS X and iOS that has an active mainstream or extended support period. Currently supported versions are:
- Microsoft Office 2013 SP1 for Windows or later. Microsoft's extended support ends April 11, 2023.
- Microsoft Office 2016 for Mac OS X. Microsoft mainstream support ends October 13, 2020.
- Microsoft Office Mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows 10. Latest and previous version.
Microsoft Office Mobile apps for iOS require Basic, Digest, anonymous or URL-authentication. MS-OFBA and cookies authentication are not supported by Microsoft Office Mobile apps for iOS.
Protocol Application OS Support
The IT Hit WebDAV Ajax Library protocol application (Edit Document Opener) supports all Windows versions that has an active extended support period and all Mac OS X versions supported by Apple (typically 2 years from the last update). Currently, supported versions are:
- Microsoft Windows 7 SP1 or later. Microsoft extended support ends January 14, 2020.
- Mac OS X 10.11.6 El Capitan or later. If no updates are released, Apple support ends July 18, 2018.
- Ubuntu 14.04 and later.
- Linux Mint 17.3 and later.
- openSUSE 42.1 and later.
- Debian 8 and later.
Important! We strongly recommend installing all latest Mac OS X updates or run at least Mac OS X 10.12.6, which provides important WebDAV updates.
Important! If protocol application is installed on Windows Server it requires Desktop Experience package to be installed.
IT Hit WebDAV Ajax Library is tested with the following authentication schemes:
- Basic. A secure SSL/HTTPS connection is required.
- Cookies/Forms. Protocol application (Edit Document Opener) is required to open documents for editing, including to edit Microsoft Office documents.
- URL-authentication. Microsoft Office requires token to be passed in path (for example: https://server/[Token1234567890]/path/file.ext).