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Internet Explorer IE 10 cannot open SharePoint 2013 Document Library in Windows Explorer

As stated in the post title, this error below thrown after clicking Open with Explorer. This happen only when you are using Internet Explorer 10 in Windows 7 or  Windows Server 2008 R2 as mentioned in MS Support.
We re having a problem opening this location in file explorer

You will need to install this hotfix http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=39849

Please take note whne you try to push down the client computer requirements for SharePoint 2013 with IE 10 + Windows 7!

 

namespace ‘xsd’ error when saving SharePoint Navigation

I bumped into this error when trying to set target audience for SharePoint Publishing Navigation.

This issue happened only on IE 10, if i used IE9, this error will not happen.

After several rounds of testing, it is confirmed that the IE 10 Browser Mode “IE 10” that cause this issue. I’m shocked that IE 10 default browser mode does not support SharePoint 2010.

In order to avoid this error, you’ve got to hit F12 “Developer Tool”, look at the toolbar and change the Browser Mode to “IE 10 Compatibility View“. Then this error will be gone.

Disable NTLM Authentication Prompt to Share Point

Internet Explorer provides seamless authentication using Windows Account to only trusted site or local intranet site. To avoid unnecessary prompt for re-login to SharePoint Site. Simply add your SharePoint site URL as Intranet site or Trusted Site.

Steps:

  1. Open Internet Explorer, Click Tool > Options (or Alt + T + O)
  2. Click to Security tab
  3. Click on Local Intranet / Trusted Site (either one)
  4. Uncheck “Require Server verification (https) for all sites in this zone”
  5. Enter  the URL and click Add

Close your browser and open again. Your Windows Login should be automatically authenticated to SharePoint site now.

 

For SharePoint with seperate domain

You may want to add the same login domain user account in the Active Directory of the domain where your SharePoint is hosted. For example, if your windows login is DomainA\mylogin, create a domain user account in Domain B Active Directory.