Here's some links that might help you understand better and get started: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/fp142381.aspx and https://msdn.microsoft.com/EN-US/library/office/fp179923.aspx
And to better answer the question, provider hosted apps are applications that run in a server that is external to SharePoint's. It has its own infrastructure ...
It's true that Office Web Apps server 2010 is very different from Office Web Apps 2013. OWA 2010 should run on a SharePoint Server and a OWA 2013 should run on stand-alone server(s).
The main reason for this is that other server products (Lync, Exchange and so on) also can use OWA.
For this reason, you should install a new Office Web Apps Server (or Farm ...
I found the best programmatic solution: The SPUtility.MapToServerFileRedirect function.
In the C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\14\TEMPLATE\XML directory are a bunch of ServerFiles XML files that tell SharePoint how to redirect certain types of files, etc. Office Web Apps uses this to redirect links to Office files to ...
Office Web Apps Licensing has recently changed (11-24-2014) in regard to SharePoint 2013, when SP2103 was first released, there was no license needed for "Read only" access, and Office client license needed for "edit" (on your honor enforcement).
This has been changed (and the download location changed). You now need an Enterprise Agreement to install it ...
If Office Web Apps is set up and configured for a SharePoint 2010 environment, then it should exist a site collection feature that enables OWA services in every site collection. (Assuming that it is configured and installed correctly with all the service applications).
You can simply run this in PowerShell to determine if the feature exists or not. If it ...
Unfortunately not. The reason you have a thumbnail in SharePoint is that you have exchanged trust between Office Online Server and SharePoint Server. To the best of my knowledge, you can't exchange trust the same way with a Fileshare. And the fileshare doesn't use an IIS website.
More to read: Configure server-to-server authentication between Office Online ...
It's not supported OOTB in Office web apps server.
So you can try the below method. Please note that this method is absolutely not recommended and would most likely be overwritten in a future SharePoint CU update.
Here you go:
For hiding the Share and Embed button in Word,Excel and Powerpoint file, you need to modify the WordViewer.css , excelframe.css , ...
Try this solution:
Check if EnableADAL key is present
If not present then create new REG_DWORD key with name EnableADAL and value 0
This worked for me
You need to deploy a separate server dedicated to Office Web Apps that does not have SharePoint installed on it.
In order to edit files in the browser, it requires a license that you can get through Volume Licensing. Getting the Office Web Apps installation now requires you to go through Volume Licensing, even though the product itself is free for read-only....
Workbooks that exceed 10 megabytes (MB) cannot be viewed in Excel Online from within Microsoft SharePoint Online.
To view larger files, you’ll need the Excel desktop app installed on your computer.
There are certain size limitation to view excel file in Excel Online with Office 365 subscription. The actual limit is 10MB as you also know.
"There is no provision to increase that limit up till now"
But still Microsoft provide some of the options to deal with such situation. This ways are described here.
Some of the way are:
If you have Excel installed ...
And, here's an update: KB3203432 - https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/3203432/descriptionofthesecurityupdateforsharepointserver2016june13-2017 did seem to fix this problem (the 401 vs 403 issue) without using the module above. However, it then created another problem for us in our on-premises SP 2016 system with Office 2016 (and claims auth via AD ...
Each user who needs to modify documents must have an Office license, via Software Assurance or via Office 365 subscription. View-only users do not need to have a license.
You can use User License Enforcement should you have users who need view-only and those who are licensed for edit functionality. The license for editing functionality is OfficeWebAppsEdit.
I've seen this happen quite often.
I don't know if you are aware, or tried this already, but Office caches documents in the 'Upload Center'.
As soon as you open a document, it will store a copy in the local machine, and it this causes problems very often, such as the ones you describe.
I can't guarantee that this is the fix for your issue, but you can ...
We raised the issue with Microsoft Support and apparently it's a bug. Will know more soon. In the meantime, the fix is to disable PDF's from being rendered in OWA:
Get-SPWOPIBinding –Application "WordPDF" | Remove-SPWOPIBinding -Confirm:$false
Control whether PDFs open in Word Web App or the default PDF reader
The AutoSPInstaller (http://autospinstaller.codeplex.com/) was actually creating self-signed certificates on the server that the WAC did not trust. So we had to manually create the certs and a CA so that the trust would work properly. This corrected our issue.
You can tell IE11 to render the wopiFrame as IE10...
Open WopiFrame.aspx from
C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\15\TEMPLATE\LAYOUTS
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=99" />
<meta http-equiv="X-UA-Compatible" content="IE=10" />
Open your Excel Online Spreadsheet, and select to edit the spreadsheet in Excel (not Excel Online).
On the REVIEW tab select Allow Users to Edit Ranges in the Changs Group
Click New and select cells to restrict
Click Permissions... and chose the group that are allowed to edit (and select Allow).
Click OK to save the setting and save your Excel Online ...
Provider-hosted apps for SharePoint include components that are deployed and hosted outside the SharePoint farm. They are installed to the host web, but their remote components are hosted on another server.
Choose patterns for developing and hosting your app for SharePoint
As of 11-24-2014 Office Web Apps Server will be removed from the Microsoft Download Center. At that time it will only be available for download under Volume Licensing agreements.
Download Office Web Apps Server from the Volume Licensing Service Center (VLSC). To download Office Web Apps Server you must have a license, under a Volume Licensing agreement, ...
After the farm is created, details about the farm are displayed in the Windows PowerShell prompt. To verify that Office Web Apps Server is installed and configured correctly, use a web browser to access the Office Web Apps Server discovery URL, as shown in the following example. The discovery URL is the InternalUrl parameter you specified when you configured ...
I was having the exact same problem. Using SharePoint 2016, Office 2016, and ADFS 4.0/2016, the only way I can get it to work is to disable ADAL. ADAL is not supported for on-premise Exchange, so I wonder if the same is true for SharePoint as well. SharePoint 2013 in the exact same environment works OK.
Poking around in Fiddler, I can see a few ...
I haven't tried the same before but once i had to deal with this X-Frame-Options thing. See if you can set X-Frame-Options to below for your target site. You must be able to configure this setting in IIS for your site.
X-Frame-Options: ALLOW-FROM https://example.com/
Hope that helps.
You'll need to use the Open XML SDK 2.0 from Microsoft to programatically create your Word document. Follow this link for more information: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/bb448854.aspx
You'll need to let us know how you want to initiate the creation of the Word document so we can recommend where to start from a Sharepoint point of view.
As per your requirement you should go with the Office Web Apps. I will also works fine with Sharepoint 2010 Foundation and you can also download it from volume licensing program of Microsoft.
Here is an post that shows system requirements of Web Apps.
And these are the steps to install and configure ...
Finally figured this out and the answer is not directly related to the install of Office Web Apps or the cache list issues as I first thought.
Word docs were actually not being opened because a setting in Central Admin needed to be changed. By default, the setting
Central Administration->Application Management->Manage Web Applications->General Settings->...
Yes and No. If a user can read a document they can download and edit it if they so desire. They just can't edit the document as it exists in your list. This would include the Read and Restricted Read permissions (http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc721640(v=office.14).aspx).
You can, through Information Rights Management (http://msdn.microsoft.com/...