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"Enable this Form to be filled out by using a browser" check box is grayed out when publishing InfoP

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 28, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
When I try to publish InfoPath form to a SharePoint site collection, "Enable this Form to be filled out by using a browser" check box is grayed. Also, I see the following warning message: This form template is br owser-compatible, but it cannot be browser-enabled on the selected site. This may be cased by one of the following reasons: -The server is not running InfoPath Forms Services. - The necessary features are not available on the site collection. The policy setting on the server does not allow user to browser -enabled Form templates. I have tried the following: 1. Deactivated and reactivated " office SharePoint Server Enterprise Site collection features" 2. Deactivated and reactivated " office SharePoint Server Enterprise Site features" 3. "Form Templates" document library exists and visible. 4. I am able to check the box in other site collections without any problems. 5. Ran the following stsadm commands: STSADM.EXE -o deactivatefeature -filename IPFSAdminLinks\feature.xml -url http://siteCollection -force STSADM.EXE -o deactivatefeature -filename IPFSSiteFeatures\feature.xml -url http://siteCollection -force STSADM.EXE -o deactivatefeature -filename IPFSWebFeatures\feature.xml -url http://siteCollection -force STSADM.EXE -o activatefeature -filename IPFSAdminLinks\feature.xml -url http://siteCollection -force STSADM.EX

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