Worse still, the message said that the file was locked out… by him. Good to know it's not just me, but sucks to hear that it's affecting other people. Dbturtle, Sorry that you are having issues. I have seen the above. So this brings me to the following why is it locked on free games as well? People are in the centre of our happiness, even God understands that. Opening the document in PowerPoint, checking it out and back in removed this lock and I was able to edit the attribute value in SharePoint.
In the file list, double-click the library you want to access, and then double-click the item you want. Discussing or giving steps on how to abuse or take advantage of a bug is not allowed. Why would library lock be chosen over game lock if that's the right term. Click the chevron to expand your current network profile. We're only having this on Excel files? Switching to offline mode allows you to play simultaneously.
Office web applications can be implemented with SharePoint 2010. Xue-Mei Chang I agree: Office Web Apps is not a viable solution to this problem. I don't have anything to suggest as a solution yet, but thought others might want to know that we've been able to resolve some problems by eliminating the load balancer from the loop. Public folder sharing is turned off by default except on a homegroup. The impact is that other users have gon in and made changes after, so versioning is turned on which means the file has been overwritten.
When I did that, a message box popped up on my monitor saying something like 'you can now edit your files in OneDrive'. This means that both you and they can play a game. Getting a message that says you can't edit the item, though it says you are the one that has the item locked for editing, is a real show stopper for the end user. I don't know if that helps you, maybe steam message him when it happens again and say if he's there or not. If nothing else, you mayat least see that the traffic is all clear and can scratch my solution off your list. Family Sharing is almost garunteed to cause more problems than it solves. Steam Family Sharing only allows you to play the game if the account the game is actually purchased under isn't active.
Now the second person can use family sharing. Originally posted by Rasori:Just had this message hit me today, does anyone know how to fix it? The issue here is the version of Office that you are using. The account owner is always given preference, but that means if you share your account with your child, only one of you can use the library at a time. Originally posted by : I appear to have the same problem. Then I can change properties without any problems.
Ok I don't know how or why, but it's working for me now. It also means your kid can't buy things at will, because the debit card is on your profile not theirs, and your kid will also have their own Friends List. Client side locks will occur if Office cannot negotiate a co-author lock falling back to an exclusive lock. Apparently changes were made at the end of beta end of 2013 I think and everything became more strict. The other 1% it is due to a customization or corrupt web app. I'm using cmdkey for demos and testing anyway. Are you using Office 2003 or Office 2007? I am and cannot seem to solve.
There is no SharePoint expert anywhere in my little experience whose heart hasn't bled one way or the other. Disabled Family Sharing in Offline mode So did they reverse that change? Hi jayjoyce, Welcome to Microsoft Answers! Have them logout of steam or close the app first. So it has nothing to do with an Office version that was not build for SharePoint. This is completely possible depending on the game usually games that do not connect to the internet. But in my case it's locked by 'another user'.
The game I played was an online one, so maybe try that and see if it helps you. The simple although slightly complicated for a layperson fix for this is to load up Credential Manager and remove the stored password for the SharePoint server, requiring the user to log in once more. Steam family sharing allows your game library to be shared with another user. Due to the limited feature set, Office Web Apps rarely works as an enterprise-wide replacement for the client. Just like lvirden, we get a growing number of reports each day by end users on this problem and yet no solution at all by Microsoft.
You can only apply the game-by-game restrictions available in Family Options to games owned by that account; there is no way to apply restrictions to games available through the Family Sharing system. If you buy 3 times the same game you have 2 extra copy on your inventory. I would dive into AppFabric Distributed Caching in SharePoint 2013 first. What lies between the client and SharePoint? We're currently migrating all content to a brand new SharePoint 2010 installation, so we'll see if it occurs in this new environment as well. Deleting the document from this folder has solved the issue for me. Hi VikSrini I checked the Drafts folder but the file is not there, so that didn't help either. You can share your library, in totality, with up to 5 other Steam accounts and up to 10 devices authorized on the Steam network.