“We’re sorry, Office Click-to-Run installer encountered a problem because you have these Windows Installer based Office programs installed on your computer”
Unfortunately, you can’t have Office products of the same version (like 2013 or 2016) that use two different installation technologies (Click-to-Run and Windows Installer) installed on the same computer. To fix this problem, remove the Windows Installer version of Office. Then, retry the installation of Office you were doing when you got the error message.
Microsoft Outlook 2016 problem with POP & IMAP content searching? Microsoft Office 365 ProPlus installation contains Outlook 2016 as a standard application with search capabilities, but somehow many users reported problems with mail search for IMAP accounts. I did manage to find tons of helpful notes on the web which helped me to understand the problem, and I would like to share solution in a few steps:
Remove Outlook 2016 from Index:
- Go to Outlook Settings (File | Options)
- Go to the Search settings
- Click on Indexing Options
- Click Modify and deselect Microsoft Outlook
- Click Close to dismiss dialog box
- Exit Outlook
Check OST and PST permissions:
- Find all OST and PST files that you’re using on your computer. In Windows 8, OST files are usually hidden and stored in the C:\Users\[username]\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Outlook folder.
- For each file you’re using, right click on the file(s) and select Properties
- Click on the Advanced button on the general tab
- Ensure that the Allow this file to have contents indexed in addition to file is checked
Add Outlook 2016 to Index:
- Start Outlook, go to the Indexing Options, and add Microsoft Outlook back to the list.
- Rebuild Index
Customers are frequently asking what kind of storage they get with SharePoint Online and Microsoft constantly improves products and services. According to the latest informations, we have the following model (example on E plans):
Each Tenant (SharePoint Online instance) gets 1TB of storage space included. Then each user of the E plans will add 500MB of storage space into the shared pool. This is up from 10GB per tenant and 500MB per user.
- For example: A client with 100 users would get 1TB + 50GB (500MB x 100) for the main storage on SharePoint. Each extra GB is 0.20 per month.
The pooled storage is used across all sites on SharePoint Online, Office 365 Groups and Office 365 Videos
Installing FTP on Windows Server 2012 (R2) is quite simple, just follow the steps in “Add Roles and Features” wizard and complete the setup. If you are unable to access your newly created FTP site, this is most likely due to Windows Firewall settings. To fix this, open a command prompt using the steps below and then run the following commands:
- netsh advfirewall firewall add rule name=”FTP (no SSL)” action=allow protocol=TCP dir=in localport=21
- netsh advfirewall set global StatefulFtp enable
In many projects when using CQWP web parts you need to customize date format. By default, SharePoint gives date with time, but we often need only date. Here is a simple scenario:
- First you need to reference the ddwrt namespace at the top of your <xsl:stylesheet> tag:
- In order to display custom date format you have to use the following code (replace @ArticleStartDate with your column ):
xsl:value-of select="ddwrt:FormatDate(@ArticleStartDate, 2057, 1)"
- Save. Publish. Check results 😉
1: Rank:11.27 2: DocId:5367 3: WorkId:5367 4: Title:test123 5: Author:Developer 6: Size:0 7: Path:http://example.com/test/DispForm.aspx?ID=1 8: Description: 9: Write:Mon Jun 3 19:55:58 UTC+0300 2013 10: CollapsingStatus:0 11: HitHighlightedSummary: 12: HitHighlightedProperties:<HHTitle><c0>test123</c0></HHTitle><HHUrl> 13: http://example.com/test/DispForm.aspx?ID=1</HHUrl><author hashh="0">Developer</author> 14: contentclass:STS_ListItem_GenericList 15: PictureThumbnailURL: 16: ServerRedirectedURL: 17: ServerRedirectedEmbedURL: 18: ServerRedirectedPreviewURL: 19: FileExtension:aspx 20: ContentTypeId:0x0100... 21: ParentLink:http://example.com/test/AllItems.aspx 22: ViewsLifeTime: 23: ViewsRecent: 24: SectionNames: 25: SectionIndexes: 26: SiteLogo: 27: SiteDescription: 28: deeplinks: 29: importance: 30: SiteName:http://example.com 31: IsDocument:No 32: LastModifiedTime:Monday, June 3, 2013 33: FileType: 34: IsContainer:No 35: WebTemplate: 36: SecondaryFileExtension: 37: docaclmeta: 38: OriginalPath:http://example.com/test/DispForm.aspx?ID=1 39: EditorOWSUSER:Developer 40: DisplayAuthor:Developer 41: ResultTypeIdList:38;6 42: PartitionId:0c37852b-34d0-418e-91c6-2ac25af4be5b 43: UrlZone:0 44: AAMEnabledManagedProperties:AttachmentURI;deeplinks;DefaultEncodingURL;ExternalMediaURL;HierarchyUrl; 45: OrgParentUrls;OrgUrls;OriginalPath;ParentLink;Path;PictureThumbnailURL;PictureURL;PublishingImage; 46: recommendedfor;ServerRedirectedEmbedURL;ServerRedirectedPreviewURL;ServerRedirectedURL;SiteLogo; 47: SitePath;SPSiteURL;UserEncodingURL 48: ResultTypeId:38 49: RenderTemplateId:~sitecollection/_catalogs/masterpage/Display Templates/Search/Item_test.js 50: piSearchResultId:0_1 51: ParentTableReference:[object Object] 52: csr_id:ctl00_PlaceHolderMain_ctl01_csr2_item
Clients often ask where and how to download Office desktop installation from Office 365 accounts? Some of them want the previous version or maybe the next (preview) version.
The simplest way is to visit the following URL: https://portal.office.com/OLS/MySoftware.aspx, type your Office 365 credentials and start using it 😉