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This is a known issue. It can be fixed by going to the Web Application General Settings and setting the Browser File Handling to permissive. I've also been told that it can be left at strict, but through PowerShell, add a white list exception for PDFs. I haven't stumbled across that though.
Office OOTB SP Workspace (former Groove) is the first option (edit - unfortunately there is no SharePoint support in Workspace API so far :( ) http://blogs.msdn.com/b/sharepoint_workspace_development_team/archive/2010/08/06/groove-web-services-api-available-in-sharepoint-workspace-2010.aspx. Another option is completely custom application with own data layer ...
This is the 'Groove Workspace' feature within the SharePoint 2010 Workspace product. It makes a call to the Groove public server ('blugro4relay.groove.microsoft.com' in your example). There's more about it in this note: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/939806
You can do this at the list level in SharePoint 2010. Try this... $web = Get-SPWeb https://domain-name.com/site/web $list = $web.Lists["Library Name"] $list.BrowserFileHandling = "Permissive" $list.Update(); Gets a value that specifies the override of the web application’s BrowserFileHandling property at the list level. ...
This is a broad question, and certainly the answer will depend on the tools available (starting with the version of SharePoint you're working with) and your detailed requirements. You'll need a hierarchy, the first level being the meeting and the sub-items being your steps. Out of the box, you can do it with a Project Tasks list, or with two lists linked by ...
What happen if you type these .aspx pages directly to the link? (the original and the changed one) /_layouts/settings.aspx /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx /_layouts/prjsetng.aspx, and so on... Can "?contents=1" show webparts inside? But I`m not sure if it helps for workspaces.  I`m sorry, you already mentioned these links above by link "administrative ...
You could configure Information Rights Management and then enable it on the document libraries you wish to protect. SharePoint Workspace will honor those IRM settings. Securing SharePoint documents that you take offline
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