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Title

Name.dll conflict on intranet homepage

Assigned To

Demers, Scott

Brief Description

 

Detailed Description

Anonymous users of the SharePoint 2013 intrnate home page​Faculty/Staff homepage are prompted with the following msg: "Office needs your permission to run" (screen shot also attached)This a direct result of the Name.dll conflict, same as what we experienced in 2010. It seems we want to keep this feature enabled for intranet pages requiring user authentication, but remove it for any public facing pages. My suggestion is to add the recommended JavaScript to all public facing masterpages.

Comments

Demers, ScottNo presence information (6/10/2013 10:25 AM): per this article:
 
The following script was inserted into the fsICUWelcome.master page and published:
 
<script type="text/javascript">
function ProcessImn(){}
function ProcessImnMarkers(){}
</script>
Demers, ScottNo presence information (6/3/2013 1:38 PM): From bernie johnsen: Ok looking into it more carefully my.ucdenver.edu is a host name site collection under a single admin web app.  Making this changes would affect my.ucdenver.edu and all of the workgroups.ucdenver.edu URLs.  My revised recommendation would be to work it into the appropriate master pages.
 

Example Page

Browser/OS

Chrome, IE

Priority

(2) Normal

Priority Order

1

Status

(4) Completed

Start Date

 

Due Date

6/4/2013

Release Date

6/13/2013

Release Version

13.2

Server Deployment Status

(6) Production: Released

Requested By

 

Ticket Status

2. Closed

Workspace URL

 

Publicly Viewable?

No

Predecessors

 

Files to be pushed

 

Project Priority

 

Project Manager

 

Staging Date

6/5/2013

Communication Type

(4)Null

Testing: Scope

(2) Local

Testing: Severity

(2) Low

Testing Procedure

 

SharePoint Environment

2013

TFS Work Item

 

Attachments

OfficePrompt.jpg    
Content Type: Bug or Issue
Version: 10.0
Created at 5/31/2013 12:17 PM by Demers, Scott
Last modified at 6/11/2013 2:01 PM by Demers, Scott