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Safari / Firefox considered as Level 2 browsers for SharePoint 2007. Level 2 Web browsers provide basic functionality so that users can both read and write in SharePoint sites and perform site administration. However, ActiveX controls are supported only in level 1 browsers. It is advisable to use IE browser for SharePoint 2007. You can refer this link ...


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I can't tell you what part of SP decides when you should browse by navigating between pages, or when the start.aspx is used, but once start.aspx is used it uses the hash to store the location of where you are, in case you copy it and link a colleague. You can find some information in this blog post: http://www.hezser.de/blog/2012/08/18/what-is-the-...


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Use of NPAPI plugins are disabled in Chrome since 1 Sep 2015, please read more here. https://support.google.com/chrome/answer/6213033?hl=en Not sure how to get it enabled, i thought a flag would be there to enable it back, but its not available. only PPAPI plugins can be enabled. Similarly for Firefox as well, they have changed the way they support from '...


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@Arsalan is correct. SHA-1 is being phased out. Google is also phasing this out as well, and Microsoft has said it will not support them after Dec 31, 2015. This basically correlates to 1024 bit encryption (SHA-1) and 2048 bit (SHA-2) encryption (SHA-2). Also note that you need to ensure all your intermediate and root certificates are updated. If you ...


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Why because when the people picker comes into HTML page its like combination of DIV and SPAN's so you need to clear those DIV data and SPAN which will going to generate by SharePoint dynamically so that Using JavaScript using achieve this, call this below function on some button click event: function ClearData() { var manager = '<%= ...


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Is was a custom searchbar created by another developer. Fixed the problem by changing the searchquery (which was set to &amp;) to &. It seems IE did the right thing and Firefox didn't. Go figure :)


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It will work, but it is not officially supported.You should make sure that you're using a not so legacy version of Firefox (anything >= 4 will be mostly ok) SharePoint 2013's html is much cleaner and heavily rely on recent web standards (html5, css 3, JS) so having a good browser is mandatory to ensure the best experience. A few component might not work as ...


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Did you disable the dreaded "loopback check" ? http://support.microsoft.com/kb/896861 You can fire fiddler and launch FF afterward to check which ressource is triggering the credential (first request == IIS issue, a sub request = content issue).


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You have to go to your Firefox address bar and type about:config. This will bring up the internal config editor, which allows you to set all kinds of properties that influence Firefoxs behavior. Look for the key called "network.automatic-ntlm-auth.trusted-uris". Set that keys value to a comma separated list of servers you want NTLM auth for. So if your ...



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