Thursday, July 31, 2014

Recently published content for SharePoint 2013

New article
Supported and unsupported Documentum object types and properties in SharePoint Server 2013   Learn which object types and properties the SharePoint Server 2013 Indexing Connector for Documentum supports or does not support.
Updated article
Deploy people search in SharePoint Server 2013   Added some information about UPRE.
Understanding multi-tenancy in SharePoint Server 2013   Updated a Windows PowerShell script for the Search service.

Updated article
Hybrid for SharePoint Server 2013   Updated the table about the worksheets that are related to this article.

Updated article
Plan user profiles in SharePoint Server 2013   Updated the information about default privacy settings.

New articles
Plan hybrid search for SharePoint Server 2013   Plan to configure a SharePoint hybrid environment so that user searches from a Search Center display hybrid results.

Migrate OneDrive for Business document library files from on-premises SharePoint 2013 to Office 365   Learn how to help people in your organization move their OneDrive for Business files from their SharePoint Server 2013 on-premises environment to Office 365.

Applies to: SharePoint Server 2013

Tuesday, July 29, 2014

SharePoint 2013: Could not load type 'Microsoft.AnalysisServices.SPAddin.ReportGallery.ReportGalleryView'

Issue:  One user reported that he has removed the PowerPivot on his SharePoint 2013 PowerPivot library but still is it showing on SharePoint site and after clicking it he gets error.

Error: Could not load type 'Microsoft.AnalysisServices.SPAddin.ReportGallery.ReportGalleryView'.


For troubleshooting any issues with the PowerPivot it is quite important to know about the how PowerPivot is deployed.

After understanding what steps were followed to delete the Delete PowerPivot Gallery, we notices that PowerPoint gallery is still existing on the Site.  


Checked on the Solution deployments tab you can redeploy the Solution on your web app in order to recover the documents or can retrieve the document using Explorer view on the library.

Supporting KB article form MS of the solution is

Sunday, July 27, 2014

SharePoint 2013: Please enable scripts and reload this page

Issue: We have several user reporting the issue that they suddenly started getting error when they try to open the SharePoint sites

Error: You may be trying to access this site from a secured browser on the server. Please enable scripts and reload this page.


We did check the basic settings in IE of the users such as

Clearing the IE cookies, History and temporary files.

Resetting IE to advance settings and resetting the settings.

However, none of the above was seems to be working.


Searched on IE and found the MS KB which was supporting the same behavior:

To resolve this problem, enable the JavaScript feature in Internet Explorer. To do this, follow these steps:

Open Internet Explorer, go to the SharePoint Server 2013 site, press Alt to reveal the Menu bar, click Tools, and then click Internet Options.

On the Security tab, click Custom level.

Scroll down to the Active scripting section, and then select Enable.

We tried this method for few users and it worked.

Now the biggest challenge we have where some users were not having admin rights. We went to further investigate this and found that there were some updated ran on the user PC which basically disabled the execution of scripting on the IE of the user.

I am not sure of the team if they have done all the prior checks before rolling out the changes which affected the GPO settings of user machine and made the said change.

We had asked the team to enable the settings again to reduce the call volume.

Applies to: SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013.


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