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Cannot update visitior groups

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When trying to update the visitor groups I get 'method not allowed'.

In Startup I clearly allow 'PUT'

services.AddCors(options =>
	{
		options.DefaultPolicyName = defaultPolicyName;
		options.AddDefaultPolicy(policy => policy
			.WithMethods("GET", "PUT", "POST", "DELETE", "OPTIONS")
			.WithHeaders("Origin", "Authorization", "Accept", "Accept-Language", "Accept", "Content-Type")
			.WithExposedContentDeliveryApiHeaders()
			.WithExposedContentDefinitionApiHeaders());
	});

// ... AND ...

app.UseRouting();
app.UseCors();
app.UseAuthentication();
...
app.UseEndpoints...

Is there some configuration that I missed?

#306497
Aug 09, 2023 10:23
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I think .WithMethods is a bit tricky - it is modifying the CORS policies, not allowing PUT per se. 

Are you using IIS to host your app, or something else?

#306509
Aug 09, 2023 15:36
Carl S - Aug 10, 2023 4:58
- IIS in our test environment
- IIS Express in our local/development environment (F5 or dotnet watch run).
- Azure App Service in production (not released yet).
Carl S - Aug 10, 2023 5:02
I'm going to try removing the 'WebDAVModule' per googles suggestions and see if that have any affect.
Carl S - Aug 10, 2023 5:29
Google is my friend - I was exhausted yesterday and didn't even think of google.
Removing WebDAV worked.
Quan Mai - Aug 10, 2023 9:45
Great to hear. And thanks for coming back with the solution. Yeah I thought of WebDAVModule which is why I asked for IIS. Probably should have spilled the beans at once :)
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