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I work hard with a good goal in mind :)

But the world is full of so many idiots and more sheepal everyday.

Never assume you know all. There is always someone better than you!!!


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comment Connect directly to subsite without viewing home (Part 2)
I think you are right, how would one know if this is the case from the above code. I cannot see something obvious.
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comment Connect directly to subsite without viewing home (Part 2)
Any ideas?? Thanks
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comment Connect directly to subsite without viewing home (Part 2)
Thank and fixed.
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comment Connect directly to subsite without viewing home (Part 2)
Yes, indeed I have, this was stated in the first post and has been done. The sub-site does not inherit permissions from the top site. I have given the user(s) direct permissions on only the sub-site.
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comment User to access SharePoint 2010 Subsite only (Vendor Problem?)
Ok... I think you are right...I have created a new site without my template and it works. When I use my template I get the error message. I have access all the viewlsts.aspx and other stuff. However when I access the home.aspx I get the error message.
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comment User to access SharePoint 2010 Subsite only (Vendor Problem?)
You are right. There was a logo that was on the home page and was connected to the home page. I have deleted it but I get the same error.... Is there any way to find out if there are assets coming from other site/libraries.
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comment User to access SharePoint 2010 Subsite only (Vendor Problem?)
It is just basic access to view a few docs and maybe a discussion board. Nothing complicated. I am wondering if there is an issue with the vendor.
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comment Open docs from SP2010 in excel/word crashes
I have tried other laptops, same thing. I have done a the repair on office 2010 but it does work with office 2007. Question - Is it possible that the vendor who is supplying the service make some error on their side?
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comment Open docs from SP2010 in excel/word crashes
it was not running, however I have started out. Opened up a doc and I still have the same issue. however this time it loaded the doc after putting my PSW and then it crashed. Problem Event Name: APPCRASH Application Name: WINWORD.EXE Application Version: 14.0.4734.1000 Application Timestamp: 4b58fafb Fault Module Name: mso.dll
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comment Open docs from SP2010 in excel/word crashes
where do I find this. Site actions > site settings >???