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Can't connect clients to PortKnox.net

Xfce - Aug 1 2012
Question:I just tried to send this question.....but then it sent me directly to login screen. I assume it was because I took so long to type out my message. But upon logging int, I am taken to an empty box.....that is annoying to say the least. Because now I have no idea if my question was sent or not. So please forgive me if this is a duplicate question.

I am trying to connect my GNU/Linux system, and Android phone to my PortKnox account. But the owncloud-client 1.0.3 on GNU/Linux gives me this message (screenshot also attached):

Trying to connect to ownCloud at https://owncloud.portknox.net/remote.php/webdav/...
Failed to connect to ownCloud!
Error: Error downloading https://owncloud.portknox.net/remote.php/webdav/status.php - server replied: Not Found
An ownCloud connection could not be established. Please check again.

And my Android phone does give me a green lock icon next to the URL, but when pressing login, it says "Please enter valid details".

But I know all my credentials are correct because I have already used them to login in the browser a couple times tonight. I am using KeepassX for GNU/Linux, and KeepassDroid to manage may passwords. So I know without a doubt that they are the exact same credentials. The only problem that this might present is that I used a random password 50 characters in length. Could these syncing clients not be supporting 50 character passwords?? It works fine on the Portnox website.

Any help you can offer would be very much appreciated. God bless,

Answer:hi Daniel,

i hope you already figured it out. For reference here. The url for the sync clients with PortKnox.net are:



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