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Repeat Group Header on subsequent pages of the same group

  
Hi, I am using a free-form list. I need the group header row to repeat on every subsequent page corresponding to the same group. If the subsequent pages still contains footer data from the current group, I want to be able to repeat the header of that said group until the group data changes. I have 2 groups, both have header and footer and I also have one detail line. The header portion  that I need to repeat is actually inside the inner group2 header.  I've tried setting RepeatOnNewPage and FixedData to true for the static row group as suggested in many blogs about this issue to no avail. I have also tried setting KeepWithGroup to both Before and After, but nothing works. I am using BIDS for SSRS 2008

Group report splitting into multiple pages Need it in 1 page

  

1) Few of my group reports which have more than 500 rows are splitting into many pages without column header. (eg, page 1, page 2... etc.) I would like configure it to be in one page however large it may be.

2) I tried setting column header in group reports which are splitting into multiple pages but its not working.

Either I need achieve point 1 or point 2

Could you please help me how to achieve it?

Thanks,
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Domain Group Policy to Map user folder in Sharepoint Library to network drive

  

This is complicated- and try as I might I can't get it right. I am running SBS 2008 SP2 with WSS 3.0 SP3.

I have my sharepoint site at http://companyweb. I have WebClient and WebPublishing services enabled.

The scenario I am trying for:

I have a document library in Sharepoint called Wellness Boxes. Inside this library each domain user has a folder- these folders are to store personal files. Each folder is configured with permissions via Sharepoint so that only the user and their direct manager has access. When a user enters the library, they only see their own folder.

I am trying to map this situation to network places. I want users to be able to click Start>Computer>Network and see a drive labeled Companyweb. Entering that drive will show them the document library Wellness Boxes, and only their own folder will be visible.

I need to do this at a domain level through Group Policy so it applies to all users and all computers. Drive letters do not matter. Permissions do matter.

Can anyone help me please?

 

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Christopher Dill Network Engineer | Solace Healthcare Group, Inc. SBS 2008 | Exchange 2007 | WSS 3.0

Creating a Group Policy to restrict prompt window

  

Hi All,

I have created a Group Policy to restrict asking a prompt window in IE for Intranet Web Application with Windows Authentication enabled.

Now I want to create other than IE browsers. How can I achive that?

It would be very appreciable if any one comes up with the solution.


Thanks in Advance,

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How to hidde Web part group from ribbon in a publishing and wiki pages?

  

Hi,

I want to hide Webpart group for users with special permmision.

I have created this custom action

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<Elements xmlns="http://schemas.microsoft.com/sharepoint/">
  <CustomAction
   Id="RemoveRibbonButton"
   Location="CommandUI.Ribbon" Rights="ManageWeb">
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        <CommandUIDefinition
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      </CommandUIDefinitions>
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</Elements>

But when I do edit page->insert I still have this group.

Can you help me?

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KB943280 - Group policy solution

  

Maybe this is not the right place, because i think this is a common WebDaw problem.

Really common scenario: Server 2008R2, 25x Win7 client, Sharepoint 2010, domain enviroment

My question is: really the only one possibility to solve problem described in KB943280 in a domain enviroment with 25 client machines to execute a registry edit at the client machines?

There is no written administrative template exists for it?

Rgds,

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