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Sounds like the "Open in Explorer" feature is your best bet. Go to the target library, click the "Library" tab, and click "Open in Explorer" (only works in 32 bit IE). This will make the library look like a regular windows folder, from there you can copy and paste files in.
If you use the upload multiple files option, you can drag and drop files from your workstation into the browser and upload them.
Your IIS SSL configuration is not right, you are mixing client certificates with SSL server certificates. You want to use SSL Server certificates for the site, not client certificates. Disable client certificates, and configure correct SSL certificate in IIS web site bindings. Review the article for details here.
While Mapping a Drive to SharePoint Online it fails with below error. The Mapped Network Drive could not be created because the following error has occurred. 'Access Denied'. Before opening files in this location, you must first add the web site to your trusted sites list, browse to the web site and select the option to login Automatically. Resolution ...
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