WebDAV with custom ports

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The question is, can you, in Windows 10, without third party apps, connect to a WebDAV server that uses a non-default port number?

(And if you can, does it create a further issue if the WebDAV site uses a self signed certificate?)

The short answer I suspect is no, but if anyone can suggest something to disprove me, I'd love to know.

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Very same trouble here. I guess it's the certificate. At least the error message is misleading, Microsoft!
Now we're at least two reasonable people who couldn't find proper information on the official sites. Please, somebody guide us to a definitive Yes or No - or better fix this.
Thank you.