Assume that you change the default locale setting for a SharePoint Server 2010 site. When you click Variation Labels on the Site Settings page, an error occurs.
A user who has Contribute permissions for a SharePoint site can unexpectedly see the Reject option for a page on the Site Content and Structure page.
Consider the following scenario:
You configure the outgoing email on a SharePoint Server 2010 server.
You select the Notify me when someone adds me as a colleague. check box in a user profile.
You add the user as a colleague and a notification email message is sent to the user.
The user checks the notification email message.
In this scenario, the email message is not in the RFC 5322 compliant email format. Therefore, the text in the message body is incomplete.
Consider the following scenario:
You install multiple language packs on SharePoint Server 2010.
You use language A to define a term in a term store.
You create synonyms for the term in the Properties page of the term.
You define a default label and additional synonyms for the same term by using language B.
You set a Managed Metadata column in a list to use the term set that contains the term.
You navigate to the list by using a browser that uses language B.
You add a list item to the list library.
You type the first letter of the term for any of the language B labels in the column field.
You wait for the suggestions popup and rest the mouse pointer on the term to see the tooltip.
In this scenario, the tooltip for the list item is displayed as expected. However, the tooltip shows the synonyms of the term in both language A and language B. Instead, only the synonyms in language B should be displayed.
Assume that you edit a Web Part on a wiki page. After you edit the Web Part, slash marks (/) are added to the link of the wiki page. Therefore, the link of the wiki page does not work.
Assume that you receive a task notification email message from a site collection that uses a managed path. You use Microsoft Outlook to open the email message. Then, you click the Open this task link. In this situation, Internet Explorer cannot open the link and you receive the following error message:
The webpage cannot be found.
Assume that you bound a term that contains sub-terms with a managed metadata column in a document library. When you click the arrow on the column, all terms in the term set are displayed. Instead, only the sub-terms that are bounded with the column should be displayed.
You cannot scroll the organization view smoothly on an organization browser Web Part in SharePoint Server 2010.
You cannot insert a valid hyperlink from an Asset Picker dialog box to a webpage if you clicked Cancel on the Asset Picker dialog box previously.
Assume that you add a Colleagues Web Part to a Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 webpage. After you upgrade SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010, the Colleagues Web Part does not work.
Assume that you set user A as the manager of user B in SharePoint Server 2010. You delete user B. In this situation, user A does not receive the notification email message that user B is deleted. Additionally, user A is not set as the administrator of the My Site site collection of user B.
Assume that you delete the picture of a user profile in Active Directory Domain Services. After you perform a user profile synchronization, the picture is not deleted from SharePoint Server 2010.
Assume that you configure the user profile store to use claims-based authentication in SharePoint Server 2010. When you use the Update-SPProfilePhotoStore PowerShell command, you cannot create thumbnails from the imported profile pictures.
Assume that you create a SharePoint group name that has a common string with other SharePoint groups. When you assign the group as the target audience to a navigation link, the group name cannot be resolved. Additionally, you receive the following error message:
No exact match was found. Click the item(s) that did not resolve for more options.
Finally, when you click the unresolved name, the possible match list is displayed in a text box unexpectedly.
When you use the object model to achieve user memberships in SharePoint Server 2010, only distribution groups are returned and no Active Directory security group is returned.
You delete a document from a document set. Then, you upload the same document to the document set again. In this situation, the Version History page displayed the following error message:
Application error when access /_layouts/DocSetVersions.aspx, Error=An item with the same key has already been added.
Assume that the query source of a Content Query Web Part is a list and the query result is grouped by a site column in SharePoint Server 2007. In this situation, the Content Query Web Part is not displayed correctly on webpages after you upgrade SharePoint Server 2007 to SharePoint Server 2010.
Assume that you upload a document to a document library. You format certain characters in a word that is in the document. Then, you try to search the same document by searching for the word. In this situation, the document is not returned.
Consider the following scenario:
You configure two managed metadata service applications that has one selected as the default storage location for keywords.
You try to edit a user profile and add a keyword that is stored in the nondefault managed metadata service application.
You save the user profile and the keyword is displayed in the user profile.
You edit the user profile again.
In this scenario, the keyword is missing from the user profile.
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