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I have an sharepoint application which was working fine.
I encountered a license expired message in sql server enterprise evaluation 2008 version after which i changed the date to 2 months earlier date, I have also changed HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft SQL Server\100\ConfigurationState to
3 after which sql server started working but the issue is that the clients are unable to access the sharepoint site completely. On providing the url the web site requests for logon information and then access is denied. The same
url with the same authentication credentials is accessible from the server and the entire application works fine from the server.
From the client the below error page appears.
You do not have permission to view this directory or page using the credentials that you supplied.
Please try the following:
This is not a programming question per se, but rather an attempt to find the adequate technology to use for my objective.
My mandate is to build an ASP.NET Web Application. However, on certain pages, some client-side information needs to be fetched by interacting with hardware on the client's computer, for example a barcode reader or an RFID tag reader.
My first reflex was to think "ActiveX" controls with, perhaps, some AJAX coding to fetch the required values from said control. However, I am not sure if I am up to date with the latest tech trends.
The solution I'm looking for will let me design a user control that plugs into my ASP.NET Web Application, lets me interact with client-side hardware, and can be automatically downloaded from the Web Application itself (I can't predict which computers will access my Web Application).
Which technology(ies) should I go for?
Thanks a lot!
I am having an issue when trying to add a field to the web.AvailableFields. I am using web.AvailableFields.AddFieldAsXml(...) but it seem
that you need to associate the field with a list. Is it not possible to add a field to the site collection columns using the client object model?
What I am doing is creating a content type and then adding fields to this content type, if the fields dont exist I what to create them but an having a problem doing so.
I created a sequensial site workflow using VS2010. Its working fine. I want to start it manually using silverlight client object model.
Can any one help me how it can be done?
does some one knows about a good installation guide to install a site that has been created with wss 3 on a client machine?
i have tought about to back up the site, and then install wss 3 on the client's machine and then restore the site on the clients machine. is this the right way.
i also want to change the domein name of the site collection.
is there a good documentation that explain this step by step?
Full error Message:
Accessing this site requires a client certificate. Specify a client certificate in the crawl rules.
I added the Crawl Rule and Content Source for the test site
https://sp.xxxx.com/TestSite and tried specifying each available client certificates
in the rules one by one, but the crawl still fails.
What kind of certificate does it needs and how to enable it? I know that the *.xxxx.com certificate is used for our SSL.
I am working a FQDN installation of SP2010 site and I am having touble connecting to it from Silverlight, when my Silverlight app is running outside that SP2010.
Just to include the note, that if I use the CLR client object model, from a Console Application, I am able to connect to the FQDN SP 2010 site, and get all data I need. Using the CLR and monitoring with fiddler there are two consequent requests made: first
GET to http://my_sp2010_site_fqdn/_vti_bin/sites.asmx, then POST to
http://my_sp2010_site_fqdn/_vti_bin/client.svc/ProcessQuery and Everything works fine.
However when it comes to the Silverlight Client I have troubles.
If I put my silverlight application in a web part inside my site, it works. If I put it on a regular site, outside SP - it does not work and following behavior is observed:
There is initial request sent to
but there is no consequent request to
That second request does not even show up in fiddler.
private ListItemCollection _projects;
Due to security restrictions, we must run our web site under the TLS variant of https (SSL is disabled on the server...only TLS is enabled on the server).
The problem we have is that some customers have TLS disabled in their Internet Explorer Tools/Internet Options/Advanced settings...and they get a "page cannot be displayed" error.
I need a way to tell those users to "go enable TLS on your browser" (like display a page for this saying this).
Can you tell me how I can determine if (with the server having only TLS...not SSL...enabled) if the browser can support the https?
Some more details on the issue:
I've watched the conversation between the browser client and the server, and it appears that the conversation flow is as follows:
1.) Browser broadcasts to the server which https protocols it supports (and has enabled) (i.e. SSL 1.0, SSL 2.0, TLS 1.0, etc.)
2.) Server checks its configuration (which https protocols are setup to be allowed on the server) and returns back on one of the browser client matching protocols.
What I need to determine is how to detect if TLS is enabled on the browser that makes a request (determine it in the ASP.NET server code), so I can generate a page (in the case TLS is not supported on the IE browser) to inform the user.
I am trying to create a secure web service that will require certificate from clients. I'm not working with WCF, just a web service. This is what I did so far:
On the default web site, where I have other web sites that are not secured, I've configured one of the virtual directories in the following way: Directoy Security->Secure Communication -> Edit I've Tagged Require SSL, and Require client certificate.
Then, I've created a Many to One Mapping rule that maps a certificate, by CN to a certain user account.
When I try to access the web site, with a client application (https://SERVERNAME/VIRTUALDIRECTORY/ASMXFILE.asmx) I get the following message :
"Unable to connect to the remote server"
Ofcourse I send a proper certificate.
What am I doing wrong?