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Cannot publish to Sharepoint 2010 from Excel2010

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 13, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I am using a single server virtual machine to host a BI demo image. It contains Windows Server 2008 R2 (as a Domain Controller), SQL Server 2008 R2, Sharepoint 2010, Office 2010.

Im trying to publish an Excel workbook directly from Excel 2010 to Sharepoint using the "Save to Sharepoint" option and this is not working. I keep getting an error: "Could not open http://<MachineName>/Sites/<SiteName><LibraryName>".

Excel Services is definitely working on the Sharepoint installation becuase i can manually upload a workbook from Sharepoint into the document library, which does function properly. However i cannot use this workaround because i am unable to expose parameters to PerformancePoint dashboards without publishing from Excel 2010.

I have read some posts about installing Desktop Experience for Server 2008 R2. I did this but am still getting the error. Is there something else i need to configure?

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