Can't open/edit Office files

Hello,
We can't edit Office (2007) files when we open them over Teaming.
E.g.: We have under Teaming a file directory with an Excel file. When we click on
'edit' the Excel application starts and a login dialog pops up. After the values are entered
the file are opened in office. But the file is write protected.
If we make the same procedure over https the file wouldn't be opened.
Two questions:
1. Why would the Office file over http opened write protected?
2. Why is it not possible to open the file over https?
Here our environment:
SLES 11 64 bit
Teaming 2.1
LDAP Sync to eDIR
Office 2007
Windows 7
IE 8
Firefox 3.6.3
Yes, the time is in the whole network equal.
Yes, the ssl certificate is valid.
Teaming was installed how it is in the installing manual described (Firewall forwarding).
THX
Andre

My reading on this problem suggests it is because MS decided Win 7 wont do
WebDAV folders properly, one assumes it is to try to lock you into
Sharepoint or BPOS........ nice!
Google WebDAV and Windows 7 and you get a bunch of grumbling users......
As a work around I have been using BitKinex to sync Teaming doc folders to
local drives with some success, and then edit the docs off the local drive
granted it wont work in a large system, but is good for a travelling user
like me :-)
best of luck
Simon
>>> On 22 June 2010 at 17:16, in message
<[email protected]>,
ksiddiqui<[email protected]> wrote:
> Hi Andre,
>
> There are some known issues related to the WebDAV component
> (edit-in-place feature) when used in Windows-7 + MS Office 2007. The
> engineering team is working on fixes for the next Teaming release.
>
> In the meantime, the following workaround is suggested:
>
> 1. Go to registry entry
>
\HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINES\SYSTEM\CurrentControlset\serv ices\WebClient\Parameters\
> BasicAuthLevel
> and change the value to 2.
>
> 2. Go to services, and restart the WebClient service.
>
> 3. ***Go to each of the MS-Office application executable in program
> Files (Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and set them to run in compatibility
> mode for Windows XP SP3. You can do this by right-click on the
> application executable and then selecting proeprties.
>
> 4. Restart the browser completely.
>
> ***In some cases, we found that this step was not necessary. But in
> other cases, this step was necessary. You may want to try after
> completing steps 1 and 2 to see if step 3 is needed.
>
> With the above changes in Windows-7 and MS-Office-2007, the following
> results were found:
> 1. IE 8, Firefox 3.6.2, Google Chrome 5.0.375.70: Teaming via https:
> Works properly
> 2. IE 8, Firefox 3.6.2, Google Chrome 5.0.375.70: Teaming via http:
> Works properly
>
> Hope this helps.
>
> Thanks,
> Khurram

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