Solved !! Why WPF Authentication wouldn't work when Silverlight works. (WPF was trying to use Kerberos, Silverlight was using NTLM) - Simple fix:
ClientContext _clientContext = new ClientContext(sharePointSiteUrl);
Web _web = _clientContext.Web;
_clientContext.Load(_web, website => website.Title);
CredentialCache cc = ...
From How to: Set up an on-premises development environment for apps for SharePoint
Installation of SharePoint 2013 Preview is supported only on Windows Server 2008 Service Pack 2 x64 or Windows Server 2008 R2. If you want to develop apps for SharePoint for SharePoint 2013 Preview on Windows 7, you can sign up for an Office 365 Developer Site and develop ...
The empty Guid here actually is not concerning. The SiteSubscriptionId will always be a blank Guid unless you have multi-tenancy enabled in your environment.
Enabling Multi Tenant Support in SharePoint 2010
You may need to add permission for your user on the User Profile Service Application.
In Configure User Profile sync connections they were trying to ...
As I suggested in answer to Virtual Machine for Sharepoint 2013 one option is to use VHD Boot as the Hardware and software requirements for SharePoint 2013 Preview are pretty high.
Currently you can use Windows Server 2012 Release Candidate (RC) for free.
This fixed my problem....
1) From Internet Explorer select Tools -> Internet Options -> Security tab
2) Select Local internet -> Sites -> Advanced ->
3) Under Add this website to the zone: type https://*.microsoftonline.com -> Add
I had this happen to me recently and its was because I failed to actually create the site collection. I did happen to create the webapp so all the IIS settings/db was there. In central admin verify you do have a site collection.
I have absolutely no idea why is it as it is, but I managed to solve the same problem by .... entering SharePoint Foundation Help Search....
Basically when you click to stop Help Search, the option SharePoint Foundation Search is back but the Help Search is gone... Start it again and the options switch back to as they were... Just as if the labels were ...
How about trying this? Create a PowerShell script that runs every 1.5 hours and downloads the contents of a page? There are a few things that you might try, like just using get-content of a very small file on the mapped drive or something as complex as
$request = [System.Net.WebRequest]::Create("http://companyweb/");
I was able to come up with a solution that worked for us:
1) In the Web Application settings for this web application I set the file handling to permissive (to prevent the "noopen" header from being added to DWG files)
2) To simply open the documents read-only, the users can now just click the document in the library and hit open.
3) To edit documents, ...
Are you checking in the file from Excel or from SharePoint?
Try an IISReset.
Do you have SharePoint plugin installed on your installation of Office? All Programs -> Office -> Change -> Office Tools/Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Support.
Also, do you have the plugins necessary in IE to perform Checkout? They may be disabled. IE -> Tools -> Internet ...
Now you can install on windows 7/8, you decide if it's a good fit for you :-) Of course ABSOLUTELY COMPLETELY unsupported but IMHO it works great for a dev environment.
As my comment worked for you, I am going to add it as answer. In the future it may help others.
Actually, once I had this issue and then I added my site in trusted zone and my issue was solved.
From IE go to Internet Options
Go to Security Tab and select Trusted sites
Now click on Sites
Add your site and click Add
Finally, click Apply and then OK
A Google search for "sharepoint windows 7 home premium" produces several results that may be helpful:
Enable SharePoint 2010 in Windows 7 Home Premium
SharePoint Foundation on Windows 7 Home Premium
So you think you can’t install SharePoint 2010 on Windows 7 Home Premium?
I've been doing SharePoint 2013 Dev for a few weeks now remotely from Windows 7 on a Server 2008 R2 VM.
You ABSOLUTELY need at least a BARE MINIMUM of 8GB of RAM to run SP2013. You can probably get away with 4GB if you completely disable search and/or run SQL on a different server.
I usually see this error message when the Windows Firewall is blocking access to SQL Server. Did you open the correct port?
You can check if you can reach your SQL Server via an alias by using a little trick I describe on my blog ("Testing Your Alias" at the bottom of the article):
A substantial number of issues regarding SharePoint 2010 installation on the Win 7 platform is related to the proper installation of the prerequisites. I would suggest looking at PowerShell or other automated installation techniques like this one - Script to Install SharePoint 2010 on Win 7.
Resolution Steps (Worked for me):
Go to application pool of Central Administration.
Right click on it and go to Advanced Settings
In the Process Model section, increase the shutdown time limit to 200 for example.
It is a good idea to restart IIS now.
Related: SharePoint 2010 New Installation - Site Collection
Answer by Greg Hurlman:
Double-check the Site Collection List in Central Admin, make sure your
site is listed there. If it is, if you haven't been able to make use
of the site yet, delete & recreate the site collection. If the same
result, and this is the only site collection on the ...
1) Check the databases, actually go into SQL and open the AllUserData table, make sure you can open it (using the same identity as SP)
2) Check ULS logs?
3) Check event viewer?
4) Check hard drive space on all servers in farm, make sure you have at least a few gigs free.
My teammate found the answer, this is how to solve it. Open SharePoint 2010 Management Shell and run this script
PSConfig.exe -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -force -cmd applicationcontent -install -cmd installfeatures
Now go to the Central Administration -> Manage Services on Server and you'll find that the SharePoint Foundation Search is running.
Hope this ...
I haven't tried this on Win7, but on Win2k8 Server, this is a common issue. You have to disable the loopback check. Check out http://davidlozzi.com/2011/10/07/cant-log-into-sharepoint-from-the-console/
I had this issue and I have a fix for me.
I had TCP/IP disabled. Enabling that worked for me!
Sorry guys, but the story about enabling Desktop Experience feature on Windows 2008 R2 is rubbish as far as I am concerned. Read more at this blog: SharePoint WebDAV, IIS 7.5 and Windows Server 2008 R2
You actually need to remove the IIS Webdav Module so that the request gets through to SharePoint.
The prerequisites that you need the Webclient service ...