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  Asked By: Roxana    Date: Feb 15    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1094

does anyone know exactly which activex control allows upload of
multiple documents to wss. 2.0?

It appears that on some xp clients I can upload multiple files and on
other clients the option does not show up.

I am thinking this is an active-x in I.E. Explorer that is not enabled
or installed, but don't know which one specifically

That it relates to, maybe a component in office 2003?.

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6 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Jaime Weaver     Answered On: Feb 15

I don't know the name of the control, but it is installed  as part of Office
2003, which explains why it may or may not be there.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Anibal Baird     Answered On: Feb 15

Correct I guess, we don't have Office-pro on every client because its
too expensive and most of the staff only need Outlook and I.E 6.

We use remote desktop too, which leverages an app server, but I still
need to figure out which office  piece holds that active x... I think
maybe word does, or at least I bet it does. I never realized for quite
some time that a lot of the poor devils have been uploading docs
one-at-a-time.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Karla Morrison     Answered On: Feb 15

Your other option  is to use either the Explorer View or the Dav Redirector.
Both allow drag-and-drop multifile uploads. The Dav Redirector requires the Web
Client service to be running (default on WinXP, not on Win2003), then you can
use a UNC version of the URL (e.g. \\server\site\doclib\ for
http://server/site/doclib/ ).

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Patricia Richardson     Answered On: Feb 15

I think STSUpld.UploadCtl is the ActiveX control.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Alexandra Patterson     Answered On: Feb 15

Is it only in Office-pro or word or can I download it for IE or what?

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Deven Ghurye     Answered On: Feb 15

Nvmd, I found it... Office Pro it is...

 
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