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Publishing SharePoint Site

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 27, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I have published a sharepoint website that I created but I now have the following problem:

  • from the internal network, everything works fine..
  • from the external network (via web):

  1. the People Picker web part does not work (error in WebForm_DoCallBack)
  2. The "assigned to" field is empty, but when I see the source code, the users are there. They are just not displayed.
Can anyone help me. Thanks in advance..

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