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Solved. I was using 64-bit Internet Explorer. Switching to 32-bit IE caused the featured to become enabled. There was absolutely no indication in the application that this could possible be the cause. It was a shot in the dark. Mind: blown. The Plan Browser Support article on TechNet lists the supported browsers and limitations in "non- or partially ...


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Explorer View doesnt exist in 2010 appart from when you have the library tab. http://techtrainingnotes.blogspot.co.uk/2010/05/sharepoint-2010-windows-explorer-view.html and this: Explorer view Removed in SharePoint Foundation 2010. Libraries that have been upgraded from earlier versions of SharePoint Foundation 2010 may still have Explorer ...


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If I remember correctly that vti folder might not be included in the ISA/TMG server rules if you used the SharePoint web listener wizard to create the rule, run the checks on the ISA/TMG server rule test or just set the paths to / /* (so just the wildcard path). And since you mention this is a migration you're probably using the old 2007 rule which does ...


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I experienced the same issue as you with migrated content from 2007 to 2010. After your usual checks (i.e. traffic is over port 80/443 & you have a user profile service application associated to the web application), try creating a new document library in the affected site collection, and then attempt to open via explorer view. If this works for you, ...


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Follow all of the WebDAV troubleshooting tips under "Important points to be remembered when troubleshooting explorer view issues" in this article. If none of those WebDAV tips help, consider testing with a different browser (different version of IE). Also, turn on Fiddler and watch what happens when you try to copy PDFs with explorer view. Hope you find ...


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If they don't have access to delete these lists, then they cannot delete these lists. Even though in explorer view they might disappear, a refresh and they come back. No an ideal scenario I know. The only real alternative is to remove the functionality from the ribbon with HideCustomAction, you can do this by deploying a feature receiver with the code to ...


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It is always a better approach to use the SharePoint Object Model for this type of thing, as opposed to hiding the physical HTML elements of the ribbon with JavaScript. Here's a couple links to get you started (the second one specifically speaks to the "Open in Explorer" button): ...


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Try using below: <script type="text/javascript"> _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push("hideToolbarItem()"); function hideToolbarItem() { var doc = document.getElementsByTagName('ie:menuitem'); for (var i = 0; i < doc.length; i++) { itm = doc[i]; if (itm.id.match('OpenInExplorer')!=null) { ...


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To successfully make “Open with Explorer” work, we need to ensure the following: 1) WebClient service is started: WebClient service which the WebDav protocol enables Windows-based programs such as Windows Explorer to create, access and modify Internet-based files. Important Note: If you are running a server type Windows OS, for example, you use Window ...


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As Eric stated, you could simply "Open with Windows Explorer" on both environments and drag between the two. That said, if you care about last modified date/person or historical versions, this will remove them and start over since this essentially creates new entries in the 2010 environment. If you need to preserve versions, you can look at one of the ...


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There is probably content type issues when trying to copy from only library to another. The supported way would be to upgrade the 2007 environment to 2010 then move the information over. That's unrealistic for that few files. I would recreate the folder structure in the 2010 environment manually, then copy the files via Open with Windows Explorer.


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Explorer view does support cut, copy, and paste operations. It is a bit of a complex beast to deal with and track down issues. I would start by loading up Fiddler and inspecting the traffic to see where the breakdown is. http://www.fiddler2.com/fiddler2/ Also review this whitepaper on explorer view: ...



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