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As Sig suggested there are some changes to the way IE9 handles javascript from previous versions. I found my answer in /_layouts/1031/init.js in the function ProcessImnMarkers() (Ironically, a function you want to overwrite as empty if you actually WANT to hide the IM Presence stuff). Here is the original code of the function: function ProcessImnMarkers() ...


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The SharePoint and Office presence integration works out of the box only if you have either Office Communicator 200x/Lync client or Windows Live Messenger installed on each client computer.


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Seems to be fix in the July 2012 CU : http://support.microsoft.com/default.aspx?scid=kb;EN-US;2598373


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It depends on how you want to implement it on the site. If you went this presence script to run on every single page on your site, add the javascript to your masterpage, or if you want it on specific pages, add it to one or more of your pagelayouts - as @Ruben Herman suggests. There are 3 ways of implementing your scripts. Is to add the javascript ...


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You might want to consider using delegate controls. See this blog post for more detail:- http://www.sharepointnutsandbolts.com/2007/06/using-delegate-control.html The great thing about delegate controls is that you can just turn on the feature in the site you want to use it in. You don't have to edit any master pages or page layouts.


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The easiest way is just to add the JS to the masterpage. But if the pages are created with a pagelayout, you can put it in there instead. The advantage with the last one is that only the pages that are created with this pagelayout wil contain the JS, not more than this. If you put it on the masterpage, EVERY page contains the JS. So I would prefer the ...


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Not all is handled by the name.dll SharePoint renders additional JavaScript code that interacts with the name.dll. The verification for the presence will be made with the email address of the user. I have never read that someone was able to hook in a custom presence information. I also think it's not possible to use another, because it search for that ...


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Is presence still enabled on your webapp? Browse to central admin > Manage web applications > choose your web app > General Settings > Person Name Actions and Presence Settings With additional actions and Online Status enabled, online presence information is displayed next to member names and the additional actions appear when users right-click on a ...


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First, the SharePoint compatibility list says it should work perfectly with IE9, thats correct. BUT only if you use X-UA-COMPATIBLE with "IE=8;". This is AFAIK the only supported scenario by Microsoft. Since I'm not working for Microsoft you can get an official statement by opening a support request (and post back their reply here). So back to your ...


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As per below KB article MSFT says...when the Lync client is not installed or when the Lync user is not signed in then Presence will not available. http://support.microsoft.com/kb/2813701/en-us Same from another post: Presence indicators without Lync


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The popup is indeed part of the Lync features. Lync installs a plugin (for 2010 it was an Active X one, but in 2013 I have seen presence in Chrome so I guess it is a bit changed) that scans websites for a specific type of markup (that SharePoint for example uses around names and images) and then applies for example the presence icons! On hover of those ...


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If you're rolling your own web part, then yes you have to add them in. If you start from a list view, and the web application has the presence information enabled, then you can convert the list view web part to a dataview web part and the presense information should be included in the markup.


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For that to appear it obviously means that MOC was installed at some point, even if they never used it. Go to one of the affected machines and open Internet Explorer and choose Manage Addons. That will list all of the addons that IE is loading and it will likely appear there. To fix this you can either band-aid it in IE by disabling the older addon or fix ...


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I'd like to have the option to type in any name and have it accepted. As it stands I get the "No exact match was found. Click the item(s) that did not resolve for more options." message. In SharePoint I believe a picker column can be specified that does not have "presence"; is that possible in InfoPath? I could not create a sharepoint column ...


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I have similar situation. Form Name "Access Form" with People/group picker. Where I provide additional text box if the user is not resolved using the people picker.


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Steven, You said you have applied v4.master and still had no luck with some of these pages? That is the standard SharePoint 2010 master page, so it should work. Are the people you are looking at logged into Lync? If they are not, their presence icons will not show up in lists and libraries. You should still be able to click in the blank space where ...


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You have several options, but inserting your script (or a file reference to it) directly in the master page (esp. with Designer) is not good practice if you want your snippet to be portable to other sites. I'd rather use Delegate Controls (can be activated on every site) or put it in the Page Layout (will only appear on publishing page of publishing sites). ...


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Do the machines with newer look have any office 2010 components installed at all? Maybe just SP Designer 2010 or onenote 2010?


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Yes, thats already known since at least 2011. It seems to be an IE9 specific issue. There is also an answer from a Microsoft guy but without a real answer... http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/en/ieitprocurrentver/thread/3e561ee8-43bf-47dd-a7d4-a5db7b69379f


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The presense "popup" is an ActiveX control installed by OCS, Lync or Messenger. AFAIK it wonly works in IE 32bit (because the ActiveX are 32bit). In SP there is some Javascript that calls the control and pops it up. Are your status indicators for people showing as grey (which would indicate that the communication with Lync isnt operational) or ...


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As I know it requires a special plugin to Internet Explorer - it can be not installed or corrupted. And I suppose it doesn't work in other browsers at all.



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