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When I create a REST data source to access a sharepoint list, I have permission issues because of the Forefront sever in front of my SharePoint 2010 server. I've tested in an environment without the Forefront server and it works as expected.
1. Tested in browser and works fine againsted forefront server (https://myforefrontserver.com/site/sub/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/MyList)
2. Added this to web.config
<proxy autoDetect="true" />
3. Created Rest Data Source in SharePoinbt designer pointing to
https://myforefrontserver.com/site/sub/_vti_bin/ListData.svc/MyList and tried all logon options with no sucess.
Out of ideas
Am just uploaded some files into Book Folder under Meterials in share point server 2010.
Now my boss ordered to change the location of all files to Libraries.How can i change the Files location .Is there any chance to shift/export the data.please help me urgent.
Thanks & Regards
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