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InfoPath Form Works Under Admin Account But Not Under Regular User
An InfoPath browser enabled form that has udcx connections from a connection library, code in C# and some rules, was created and tested on the SharePoint server and functions more or less as designed ...
Feb 18 '13 at 16:32
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