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System.Security.Cryptography.CryptographicException: The system cannot find the file specified.
I was recently assisting with a SharePoint 2010 BCS / WCF issue where we wanted the BCS logic to run as the Application Pool Identity. Everything worked fine if they had the External Content Type (ECT) configured to use claims based authentication and the user’s identity. But once they opened the ECT...
6 Apr 2012
Duet 1.5 Request Handler changes in the November 2009 hotfix package
In an Exchange FE/BE configuration the Front End server does not have any mailbox stores on it and generally these servers only have Basic Authentication with SSL enabled. This poses a problem for the Duet 1.5 Request Handler and how it uses WebDAV to communicate to the Exchange server, since it’s unable...
26 Jan 2010
After Office 2007 Service Pack 2 is installed Duet may cause a pop-up when opening a Sharepoint email item
After installed Office 2007 Service Pack 2, if a user attempts to open a Sharepoint item in Outlook, the user may get a dialog to send data to Microsoft. This pop-up indicates that Duet has failed to work with the item, and we allow the user to send us the data associated with the error. ...
7 Jan 2010
The order of Duet buttons on Outlook items may change after applying updates
If you have multiple Duet scenarios installed that each add buttons to the same item in Outlook, the order in which the Duet buttons appear on the Outlook items may change after installing Duet updates. For example, both the Time Reporting (TIMA) and Leave Management (LEMA) scenarios add buttons to Appointment...
16 Oct 2009
Memory issues with Enterprise Vault Outlook add-in and Duet
Issue We have had several issues where users were seeing large memory usage with Duet and Enterprise Vault on a client, some users were receiving error messages indicating "Not enough memory available". Looking at the Outlook process showed that Outlook was consuming 1.5 gigs of...
2 Jan 2009
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