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SharePoint Browser 1 Released!
Sunday, May 31st, 2009
I am excited to announce that after making some minor changes to my SharePoint Browser project, it has now been released and is ready for general use.
Please note that this is the initial release, and I plan to add many more features in the future as I have time and as I get more requests.
Please download the software, test it to the best of your ability, let me know what you like and dislike, and I will add features as I get requests.
I am very excited about this release as this is a piece of software that I use on a regular basis, and also a piece of software that I have been working on developing for over 2 years now.
Some of the many features that SharePoint Browser supports:
- Browse and connect to any MOSS 2007 or WSS 3.0 server.
- Can be run from any computer, does not require usage directly on the server.
- Browse any list, document library, custom list, etc data as well as schema.
- View list data, as well as Raw XML for all lists.
- Browse Users, Groups, and Roles, as well as their Raw XML schema.
- List and connect to subsites seamlessly.
I look forward to hearing your feedback!
Browsin' Tom Out.
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Tom said on Sunday, May 31st, 2009 @ 8:06 PM
@Ian Are you passing both a username and password? Are you providing the full username such as DOMAINusername in the username field? Any chance you can give me a dumped Wireshark session (hiding passwords obviously)?
Ian Morrish said on Sunday, May 31st, 2009 @ 2:11 PM
Doesn't seem to be able to logon to a server running Anonymous + NTLM Clear Text auth. Just get 401 Unauthorized
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