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I figured out a way to take care of the renaming issue. From our SP homepage I clicked Site Actions > Manage Content and Structure. Then navigated to the parent folder in the document library. The offending folder was listed. So I clicked the down arrow and Edit Properties to update the name. Voila, all fixed!


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Try renaming the folder in windows explorer.


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There are some special charatere which SharePoint do not like at all. In your case you are using the + in your folder name which is again special characters. You cannot use these characters in your site name, site, groups, List, fodlers etc. Check the complete list here: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/905231 While SharePoint allows you to name a folder ...


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Rather than use folders, I create views of the document library and filter the files to display them for your various usergroups. Then, I create a SharePoint "links list" to manage access to these document library views. For example: My flat library contains files for two usergroups. I create two views: Usergroup01.aspx and Usergroup02.aspx. ...


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If you granted specific permissions for the folders in the Document library, "+Add Document" link can not be used. You should use the link on the ribbon.


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As Tommy pointed out in his answer and according to 3.1.4.3 Document: Inserting new documents to a document library involve sending a POST request containing the contents of the document to the EntitySet representing the document library. The protocol client MUST include the SLUG header (as specified in RFC5023 section 9.7) whose value is the ...


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As Tommy pointed out and according to 3.1.4.3 Document: Inserting new documents to a document library involve sending a POST request containing the contents of the document to the EntitySet representing the document library. The protocol client MUST include the SLUG header (as specified in RFC5023 section 9.7) whose value is the name of the file ...


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I found the solution myself and thought I would share the solution in case someone else encounters a similar challenge. By using the "Update Item" functionality in SPD you can assign the name of the folder to which you would like to move the document in the "Path and Name" field, simply by adding the foldername before the name of the file. (e.g. in my ...


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I don't think the folder's CT is the same as your document's CT. If you're restricting by only the document CT then the folders won't be included in the results. You could restrict your search to just that document library and you should get both.


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You could use SPEncode.HtmlEncode method to encode the specified string that contains special characters, for example: var encFolderName = SPEncode.HtmlEncode(folderName); Update SPHttpUtility.UrlPathEncode is a SharePoint specific method that encodes the specified path part of a URL, for example: var encFolderName = ...


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Here is a link to what you are looking for: Microsoft Support explanation of how you can use templates to copy and paste libraries. http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/copy-or-move-a-library-by-using-a-library-template-HA101814157.aspx "Copy or move a library within a site collection Do the following steps to copy or move a library ...


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1.In the document library, hover the mouse over the folder to see the drop down menu. 2.Activate the drop down menu by pressing the down arrow 3.Choose Manage Permissions 4.Click the Actions menu and choose Edit permissions. Confirm that you want to break inheritance of permissions from the parent. 5.Edit the permissions as required. ...


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You need to “Stop Inheriting Permissions” on that specific folder and then add peoples or groups to the same folder. Go into the specific list "List"-tab (in ribbon) -> Shared width In the "shared with" modal box -> Advanced Stop Inheriting Persmissions (ribbon) Then add person / group to the library ...



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