Friday, October 19, 2012

SharePoint Connections

SharePoint Connections will help corporations get more out of SharePoint. 

Fall 2012 SharePoint Connections is your independent, technical conference, offering you the latest information about SharePoint 2013 as well as how to use SharePoint 2010 and earlier SharePoint versions to their fullest potential. Our SharePoint experts teach you the latest SharePoint technical knowledge and how to apply it to your situation. 

At SharePoint Connections, Microsoft SharePoint MVPs and SharePoint technical trainers interact with you and your peers, members of the SharePoint community, in workshops and one on one. You'll learn from experts who will teach you techniques to make SharePoint work in the real world. And you'll get your questions answered and come away with knowledge that will benefit your company, your coworkers, and yourself. 

Who will be speaking at SharePoint Connections? Experienced technical presenters, who have taken SharePoint apart, studied it thoroughly, used it in the real world, and figured out how it works. We choose speakers based on their SharePoint expertise, their technical knowledge about administration or development issues, and their ability to explain what they know so you understand it. 

Don't miss SharePoint Connections if you are a SharePoint admin or developer who needs technical information and real-world help with SharePoint's many challenges, including
  • Administering SharePoint
  • Developing for SharePoint
  • Customizing and integrating SharePoint into your business
  • Fine-tuning your deployment
  • Making SharePoint work for your end-users' needs
  • Plus SQL Server and SharePoint, SharePoint and Visual Studio, SharePoint performance, search in SharePoint, SharePoint social features, and so much more!
Use one of the two ways to register today!

Online Registration or Phone 203-400-6121

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Your client does not support opening this list with Windows Explorer

Few days before, one of my clients reported an issue in which he is not able to open the document library in explorer view. One thing I would like to highlight here is that the resolution of this issue varies from OS to OS (OS: Operation System) so that’s why I have mentioned the machine configuration in the next point.

Machine configuration:
Operating System: Windows Vista
Explorer Version: IE 8.0
Office Version: Office 2010

Error Message:
Your client does not support opening this list with Windows Explorer

Checks to be followed:

Start / Restart Web Client Service
1)      Open the "Run" prompt (key combination Start+R)
2)      Type services.msc and press Enter.
3)      Locate Web Client service
4)      Make sure your service startup mode is set to automatic (right click it, select "Properties", and under "General" tab select "Automatic" from the "Startup Type" dropdown"
5)      Start the service or restart it if it’s already running.

Auto-detection of proxy
the way to turn this off is in Internet Explorer:
1)      In Tools select Internet options.
2)      Select Connections tab
3)      Click Lan settings button
4)      Under Automatic configuration clear the automatically detect settings checkbox.

If you have any queries/questions regarding the above mentioned information then please let me know, Thank you.


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