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Apr
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comment Mounted Office 365 sharepoint workspaces lose connectivity - how to fix?
Sounds like poorly thought out design. There seems to be a dangerous disconnect between the MS engineering team and the user community here.
Apr
4
comment Logging in with Windows Identity Foundation
Élodie, were you able to throw together a sample that programmatically logs in to SPO in an ADFS scenario?
Apr
4
comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
#1 would be useful. Isn't #2 the same as the script you already provided?
Apr
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comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
I ran the script after the token expired but it didn't refresh the token.
Apr
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comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
I don't know if it refreshed the SAML token. I signed out of SPO, and I am still able to open documents from the mounted drive. I guess I'll have to wait till the token expires, although I would have thought that signing out would have expired the token.
Apr
2
comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
Found this link which fixed the 403 error: razirais.wordpress.com/2011/05/19/… but now getting back a page with message "Microsoft Online Services requires JavaScript to sign in. This web browser either does not support JavaScript, or scripts are being b locked."
Apr
2
comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
The 'Credentials' error was a goof-up on my part. This code now also produces the 403 error: $request.Proxy = [System.Net.WebRequest]::DefaultWebProxy; $request.Proxy.Credentials = $credCache;
Apr
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comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
Yes, it is a proxy on our intranet.
Apr
2
comment Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online
Robert, I tried using your code and ran into: "(407) Proxy Authentication Required." I then added the following lines: ` $request.Proxy = [System.Net.WebRequest].DefaultWebProxy; request.Proxy.Credentials = [System.Net.CredentialCache]::DefaultNetworkCredentials;` but got: "Property 'Credentials' cannot be found on this object; make sure it exists and is settable. " I then converted the script to a C# program. Now, I get a Unhandled Exception: System.Net.WebException: The remote server returned an error: (403) Forbidden.
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asked Programmatically refresh SAML token for Sharepoint Online