OpenControl=”SharePoint. A good way to do this would be to distribute changes to as. Scenario 1: SharePoint file: OpenControl=”cuments” />. In order for this to work this manner, you need to configure the ‘pdf’ entry in the file as follows: <Mapping Key=”pdf” Value=”” EditText =”Adobe Acrobat” OpenControl=”AdobeAcrobat.
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I follow the instructions here: If you modify DocIcon.
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Doclcon.xml are using Adobe Reader X. Anyone encountered this and what is the solution you have done? Water 5 I was facing the same problem.
Understanding DocIcon.xml Files
Here is a solution that finally worked for me. But to note, there are some drawbacks You have to do this step on each front-end web server or deploy a farm feature that does the change Your change may openconteol overwritten in future versions Caution If you modify DocIcon.
Dolgsthrasir 2 Tried it out and it lpencontrol, although there were still prompts from the browser to either “Read-Only or Edit” or “You are opening a file that can harm your computer”.
I tried it another way using the Regedit method to disable Adobe SharePoint Integration and it also works, but without the prompts.
Fixing Prompts When Opening PDFs in SharePoint 2010
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