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SP 2010 Keeps prompting for Credentials

Posted By:      Posted Date: September 07, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
 
Whenever a user tries to edit a document in SP 2010 (Excel, Word, etc), they are able to click edit document and then it loads up into Word or Excel and keeps on nagging you for your domain credentials. If you add your proper credentials it still comes back. I guess the fact that it lets me click the edit document or check out button that my account has proper permissions. I've tried the recommendations of putting the fqdn into my trusted sites. I even get it without using the fqdn (https://sp)   Thanks! This is really bugging me...


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