Description of problem:
When copying, renaming etc. files over WebDav from Nautilus, it often raises error messages which are not true - the requested action is actually carried on the server. Since NAutilus doe snot properly refresh the folder (see bug 655114), the user has no way of knowing that his action was completed successfully.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Connect to a Secure WebDav share, log in with a username and password.
2. Copy a file to the share.
3. Try renaming the file (highlight, press F2, enter new name, press Enter).
Error message is raised saying the requested action could not be performed.
No error message, since the action is actually performed OK (as can be seen after closing the error message dialogue and pressing F5)
Likely needs escalation upstream as other distributions seem to be affected too for quite some time: https://bugs.launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/nautilus/+bug/512496
If the same share is mounted using mount.davfs, then Nautilus works fine (copies, renames files without any warning and the window is refreshed immediately).
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