I have this problem also in Windows 10 with the Commander interface and latest WinSCP version. I have a locally mapped Webdav drive that is selected in the left window. In Windows 7 this Webdav folder worked fine with WinSCP. But I recently switched from Windows 7 to Windows 10, so I don't know if this is just because I updated WinSCP when switching to Windows 10, or if it was the OS switch that caused it. I guess the OS, because I think I updated WinSCP regularly also in Win 7, and the problem never happened in Windows 7.
The Webdav folder works fine in Windows Explorer.
WinSCP can show the contents of the root folder in the webdav drive. But when double-clicking a subfolder nothing happens (and nothing is logged in the log file). When enabling Tree view, I can traverse subfolders. But the content of the subfolders is not shown in the Commander interface. When trying to drag and drop files from a remote server (e.g. an SFTP server) to a subfolder in the the local Webdav drive, there is an error (copied from log file):
. 2017-11-02 14:00:39.657 Looking for network events
. 2017-11-02 14:00:39.657 Timeout waiting for network events
* 2017-11-02 14:00:39.963 (ExtException) **WinSCP was not able to detect folder, where the dragged file(s) was dropped.** Either you have not dropped the file(s) to regular folder (e.g. Windows Explorer) or you have not restarted your computer yet after installation to load drag&drop shell extension.
* 2017-11-02 14:00:39.963
* 2017-11-02 14:00:39.963 Alternatively you can switch to compatible drag&drop mode (from Preferences window), which uses temporary folder for downloads. It allows you to drop files to any destination.
. 2017-11-02 14:00:40.123 Session upkeep
. 2017-11-02 14:00:40.123 Looking for network events
. 2017-11-02 14:00:40.123 Timeout waiting for network events
Selecting Download from the remote server to the local Webdav works fine and files are downloaded correctly to the correct subfolder (this is verified with Windows Explorer, because it is not shown in the WinSCP interface). Synchronizing also works fine (verified with Windows Explorer). Traversing folder structure works fine in Tree view.
Nothing else is logged except the above (Debug 2 selected).
So it looks like it is only the Commander interface that cannot deal with Webdav folder contents.
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