It appears to be an IE issue when clicking on the New Document Drop down from the ribbon using fiddler4 there are not any results returned, probably jscript or jquery … I am running IE11 and I have tested IE10 which exhibits the same behavior. I haven’t tested on earlier versions yet.
However, if you open with Mozilla the Microsoft Office is blocked until you Allow Mozilla to open Office Documents and then Default open behavior for browser-enabled documents works as expected. In other words when the library is set to open ion the browser (via WOPI) the documents open in the browser, when set to open in the client application, the docs open in the client as expected..
Click On Allow
Then choose to Allow remember
Then choose OK,
Click on New Document one more time to open from the ribbon
Note: this only occurs if you have WAC installed and configured WOPI with SharePoint. Also, you only have to go to library settings to set the Default open behavior for browser-enabled documents: to Open in the client application, you don’t have to set the site collection… I will resolve as time permits
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You can’t have SPS without #ShareSki, especially here in Utah! ShareSki is the day before SharePoint Saturday (Friday, Feb 27) on The Greatest Snow on Earth® at Snowbird! Meet at the Gadzoom lift between 9:00 and 9:45. We’ll be taking runs off this lift–returning to it–until 9:45, at which time we can’t guarantee a meetup. If you miss us at Gadzoom or loose us, we’ll have lunch in the Creekside Cafe and Grill at 12:00. Please arrive no later than 12:10 so we can get everyone through checkout in one shot. Go to snowbird.com to purchase your tickets online for $80 (save 16%).
#SharePint is the après-event social of SharePoint Saturday. This gathering is primo for networking and socializing with fellow SharePoint connoisseurs. SharePint will be held at Red Rock Brewing Co., 254 South 200 West, Salt Lake City, starting approximately 6:30.
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If you are unable to authenticate the after installation and configuration of the RSA WebAgent, you have downloaded the agent from EMC http://www.emc.com/security/rsa-securid/rsa-authentication-agents/iis-7-1.htm, followed the installation instructions.
The secureid file will not be created and you will not be able to authenticate
Whenever there are multiple IP Addresses (Multi homed Servers) on a Web Server and the Default Address is not the primary Addresses used for RSA Authentication . The RSA Agent will NOT create the SecureID file on first authentication and the request will timeout…
SharePoint administrators, end users, architects, developers, and other professionals that work with Microsoft SharePoint Technologies will meet for:
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Don’t miss the upcoming SharePoint Saturday – San Diego on November 15th!
This is a FREE one-day event hosted by the San Diego SharePoint User Group and will feature sessions for end-users, business users, IT professionals and developers. There will also be a track dedicated to Office 365!
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Where will the event be held
6256 Greenwich Drive, San Diego, CA.
Who will be presenting
This event has confirmed many other nationally recognized SharePoint speakers and Microsoft SharePoint MVPs! Check out the Speakers page on SPSEvents.org If you are looking to enhance your knowledge of any aspect of SharePoint and/or network with other SharePoint professionals, we strongly encourage you to attend this community event.
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Who are the Sponsors
Its official, I just received the notification included is an excerpt:
Dear Ivan Sanders,
Congratulations! We are pleased to present you with the 2014 Microsoft® MVP Award! This award is given to exceptional technical community leaders who actively share their high quality, real world expertise with others. We appreciate your outstanding contributions in SharePoint Server technical communities during the past year.
The Microsoft MVP Award provides us the unique opportunity to celebrate and honor your significant contributions and say “Thank you for your technical leadership.”
Wow another year, this has been the most incredible award I have ever been privileged to receive. I have met so many awesome people. It was a little surreal at first as I was getting to hang with all of my heroes
Thank you for recognizing my community contributions for the 5th year in a row…
Wow what an incredible couple years SharePoint 2013 is still rockin on premise and online
Time Consuming Steps
However, there were two time consuming steps that didn’t have anything to do with the mechanics of the migration or the technology like moving WebParts, Pages, Items, Documents and creating Site Collections from Sites in Additional Content DBs.
Luckily, there were two sources of information that made this easier but still not painless Waldeks Post – Building Global Navigation in SharePoint 2013 http://blog.mastykarz.nl/building-global-navigation-sharepoint-2013/ (it works) and the WAND Library. Unfortunately, though I have access to the Library the client did not choose to purchase the subscription so we didn’t get to take advantage of the huge library of terms.
WAND has started offering its entire catalog of taxonomies from the cloud, where you have the ability to subscribe monthly and download the parts that your Client needs to either start their taxonomy or fill out their taxonomy. I have just been through a relatively easy migration 8 Content Dbs and a small 1TB of Content.
Missing Tools for In-Flight Conversion of Site Columns
The largest notable part missing, though metalogix will help you modify Multi-Choice Site Columns to Managed Metadata Site Columns In-Flight, there are NOT ANY migration products that will convert your binary File Format documents to the OpenXML File Format.
The Microsoft tools like Office Migration Planner will not work with a mapped drive using WebDav, but you can still use PowerShell though we found it was actually better to use a staging Farm, Convert all of your Documents using Word Automation Service. then perform a final migration where we modify the columns In-Flight to take advantage of the managed Metadata Site Columns.
This is important, if you want to take advantage of changing the Multi-Choice Site Columns to managed Metadata Site Columns In-Flight. Because if you have not converted all of your RTFs, HTMs, DOCs to DOCX then you will lose the metadata associated with these documents.
I’m not sure why metavis, sharegate, metalogix, tsunami or others do not build document conversion into their products since we need to be moving off the Binary format for many reasons and embracing the OpenXML Format
UPDATE: 04-22-2014 Reference: Stefan Goßner
The updated version of Service Pack 1 has been released today!
Refer to the information below to acquire the updated Service Pack for your product:
NOTE The KB articles for the re-released Service Pack is different from the recalled Service Pack.
Download links for updated SP1:
Customers with Service Pack 1 Deployed
For customers who have previously deployed Service Pack 1, download the updated Service Pack 1 and install over the existing Service Pack 1 running PSConfig or PSConfigUI immediately following.
Customers without Service Pack 1
For customers without Service Pack 1 deployed, download the updated Service Pack 1 package and deploy as per the KB documentation.
There is no update to the integrated ISO ("slipstream") from MSDN, VLSC and MPN as it was not affected by the issue.
Reference: see official announcement in Bill Baers blog post.
“Notice: We have recently uncovered an issue with this Service Pack 1 package that may prevent customers who have Service Pack 1 from deploying future public or cumulative updates. As a precautionary measure, we have deactivated the download page until a new package is published.” http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2817429
“Notice:We have recently uncovered an issue with this Service Pack 1 package that may prevent customers who have Service Pack 1 from deploying future public or cumulative updates. As a precautionary measure, we have deactivated the download page until a new package is published.
A known issue in SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 can affect the functionality of the Search WebPart. We encourage you to limit production installations of SharePoint Foundation 2013 SP1 until a fix is available. SharePoint Server 2013 is not affected by this issue.” http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2817439
I would like to thank Andy Williams the Nikon TAM (Microsoft Technical Account Manager), for bringing this to our attention Thursday. Unfortunately, we are affected since we have deployed SP1 to All DEV and PRD Servers. The only good news (I guess) is that our topology consists of Standalone farms for both WAC and WFM.
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