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HTTP 401, Unauthorized using the Managed Client Object Model
I have a Windows 7 system built (per MS' instructions) with SharePoint 2010 Server. I'm writing a simple console application on it that attempts to use SharePoint's Managed Client Object Model to ...
Mar 21 '11 at 14:30
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