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We have a sharepoint hosted site that is accessible to users externally.
Sometimes whenever we need to release some updates, we would like to do it when there is no user browsing the site.
Are there are any tools available? If not, can we write any scripts or code?
I have created a sharepoint portal and customized it. I have created my own master page and there are many webparts implemented. This has been hosted in a MOSS server. When a normal user is trying to access the portal first thing in the morning, he is getting
a "You are not authorized to view this page" error. But when a site admin access the site, there is no issue and he is able to access the site. The site admin does nothing in the site and once he has logged in to the site, the user is able to access
the site without any trouble.
I have tried to look into the master page gallery and has given full access to the users for "Style Resource Readers" user group. Even now the user is facing the same issue.
Kindly help in this regards,
From time to time, we have internal users who are continuously prompted to re-enter their network username and password when accessing any content or data on the SharePoint company intranet. We use Acitve Directory authentication. Is this a network
issue or something with SP? (We're using SP2007)
How to Hide the Ribbon and Site Actions Menu for Anonymous Users in sharepoint2010?
Thanks in Advance!
I am trying to create dynamic content and reward participation on a SharePoint site. One of our ideas is to display the Top 5 users and Top 5 Viewed Documents on the homepage.
One of the ideas I had was to use the site aggregator to display the user statistics but the results are clumsy, at best, and not every user will have full control permissions to view these statistics.
Is there a relatively easy way to accomplish this without using SharePoint Designer? Any ideas are appreciated.
im not able to get the current logged in user for sharepoint site.
for example--if i logged in with "abc" in my system and logged in with "pqr" on sharepoint site. then "oWeb.CurrentUser " return the "abc" . but as per me..i want pqr--bez im logged in to share point site with "pqr" user.
I would like to create a new site on Sharepoint, Access to the site is required by both internal and external users, so it means they will be few people outside the domain that we need to give access to the site.how to achive this.
thanks in advance.
We've been trying to fix this one for a couple years, and I'm just out of ideas, so any help is really appreciated!
We've got a fairly large, complex web application that uses Forms Authentication to authenticate users. Throughout the application we store and retrieve information about users in the Session object, and in some cases in cookies. In a couple places we check for the existence of the context, and if it's null we send the user back to the login page to re-establish the session.
Just a quick run-down of this web app: C#, .NET 3.5, IIS 6, ASP.NET State Service to manage session
As for the session timer, we use our own home-grown timer, which is basically a client-side timer, which is backed up by a check to the SQL database to see when their last activity was. This seems to work well for us. It's not perfect, but it allows us to notify the user before the session times out, and allows us to be certain we're not logging a user out before their 60 minutes of inactivity is up.
What's happening is that certain users are being logged out after just a few minutes. We've eliminated the timer as a cause and believe what's happening is the HttpContext.Current is null, so the user is logged out. We do not know why the HttpContext.Current is null, and I underst
Here's a custom branding solution for SharePoint sites that integrates Master Pages and CSS files at the level of the site collection.
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