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  Asked By: Jena    Date: Oct 15    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 573

I want to verify the authors in the webfolder of my sharepointsite.
When I open the webfolder, navigate to the documents folder and right-
click any folder and go to the Security-tab, I get this message :
"An error has occurred (0x80004005) : unspecified error."
does someone know what could be going wrong ?



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Tom Pruitt     Answered On: Oct 15

Other details :
On the server where sharepoint is installed, there is also recently added a
folder called "Public" (not by me).
Could that have something to do with my problem  ?
(This happened last week, and I wasn't there, so I have to search a little.)
Also, I cannot consult my http://servername/public any more .

Answer #2    Answered By: Sammie Lancaster     Answered On: Oct 15

it is added when u install SPS. its part of SPS. u can create and manage
calendars etc using the link. access it and c the features available. use it..

Answer #3    Answered By: Aron Kirk     Answered On: Oct 15

One other thing : when on the server, I try to open  the Sharepoint Portal
Server Administration , I get this message  : "unable to open the sharepoint
portal server servername"

Answer #4    Answered By: Hailey Clark     Answered On: Oct 15

Make sure the netbios name of the server goes to the default
website, and have you change and settings on there?

Check the ipaddress on the properties page for the website. if it
doesn't say all unassinged click ipaddress. Make sure the netbios
name is listed as an identity.

If it says allasigned, check any other websites and make sure that
the netbios name hasn't been assigned there. For some reason, the
app management pieces seem to get flaky if you put them through
another site, even if the setting seem to be identical otherwise.

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