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If you download a document from the TFS SharePoint portal, it get downloaded with the security and configuration settings. If the configuration was done in such a way that you have to check out the document before editing, then you have no choice. However, if you have the original document which you created before uploading into SharePoint, you should be ...


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It depends on how the library is set up. From the sounds of it, your sys-admin has made check-out mandatory so you won't be able to edit the file on the server without checking it out first. You may be able to download a copy to your local machine and edit that but to make it available to others you'll have to re-upload it to the library. Your best bet is ...


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In our case, the answer was to clear the Credential Manager entry. Visit the below URL. http://www.sharepointindepth.com/the-file-is-locked-for-shared-use-by/


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is user a ddmpdev? if you want to start fresh than overwite the page would reject previous changes. Its not until you publish the page that it would be properly saved for all to see. When you save the page its saving those ammendments just for that user so when he/she comes back to make more changes they can until they either set it to draft, minor or ...


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I am taking a wild guess now, but you issue is most likely that User B has enough permission on the item level of that document to open it in edit mode. So just make sure that the User does not have enough permission to edit the file, only read/view it. Regards



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