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BUG – InfoPath 2013 People Picker browse button doesn’t work on InfoPath form

April 22, 2014 by spjeff

Today I noticed an issue with InfoPath browser forms on SharePoint 2013 the People Picker “browse” icon not launch the find people dialog.  Below are more details.   This was tested on both version 4551 (October 2013 CU) and 4569 (Service Pack1) where both failed to launch the people dialog in a full screen form with the toolbar hidden.   This does not appear to be fixed in any CU or patch that I’m aware of.    Below are the test cases and results that I performed.

Hopefully Microsoft can include a fix in a future release.

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Toolbar Hidden in full screen mode (FAILS)

When clicking the “browse/book” icon nothing happens.  No dialog appears.  No JavaScript error is visible.

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Toolbar Visible in full screen mode (WORKS)

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Toolbar Hidden embedded in Form Web Part (WORKS)

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Toolbar Visible in Form Web Part (WORKS)

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References

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WAC KB2878219 – Installation of this package failed – Error 1646

April 14, 2014 by spjeff

Tonight I came across the below error message.  Honestly I have no idea how to fix, but I wanted to post because I found zero search results and figured somebody else might stumble across the same and could leave a comment with their findings.   Overall, the issue seems to be this new patch (KB2878219) will not install because a previous patch (KB2850032) won’t uninstall. 

 

 

This might require a full uninstall and reinstall to fix.   http://blogs.technet.com/b/office_web_apps_server_2013_support_blog/archive/2014/04/08/how-to-remove-office-web-apps-2013-with-service-pack-1-and-apply-security-update-2878219.aspx

 

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=== Verbose logging started: 4/14/2014  21:49:42  Build type: SHIP UNICODE 5.00.9200.00  Calling process: \\VBOXSVR\dtemp\wacserver2013-kb2878219-fullfile-x64-glb.exe ===
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Resetting cached policy values
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Machine policy value ‘Debug’ is 0
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: ******* RunEngine:
           ******* Product: {90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}
           ******* Action:
           ******* CommandLine: **********
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Client-side and UI is none or basic: Running entire install on the server.
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Grabbed execution mutex.
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Cloaking enabled.
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Attempting to enable all disabled privileges before calling Install on Server
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:42:635]: Incrementing counter to disable shutdown. Counter after increment: 0
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:42:635]: Running installation inside multi-package transaction {90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:42:635]: Grabbed execution mutex.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:760]: Resetting cached policy values
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:760]: Machine policy value ‘Debug’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:760]: ******* RunEngine:
           ******* Product: {90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}
           ******* Action:
           ******* CommandLine: **********
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: Machine policy value ‘DisableUserInstalls’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: Note: 1: 2203 2: C:\Windows\Installer\inprogressinstallinfo.ipi 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: SRSetRestorePoint skipped for this transaction.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: End dialog not enabled
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: Original package ==> C:\Windows\Installer\132bd7.msi
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: Package we’re running from ==> C:\Windows\Installer\132bd7.msi
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall Flags override found.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall VersionNT override found.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: APPCOMPAT: Uninstall ServicePackLevel override found.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: APPCOMPAT: looking for appcompat database entry with ProductCode ‘{90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}’.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:775]: APPCOMPAT: no matching ProductCode found in database.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:792]: Opening existing patch ‘C:\Windows\Installer\89a777.msp’.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:42:792]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\Explorer 3: 2
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:43:822]: File will have security applied from OpCode.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:50:135]: Original patch ==> C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:50:135]: Patch we’re running from ==> C:\Windows\Installer\2d5f5c.msp
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:51:697]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: Verifying patch –> ‘C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp’ against software restriction policy
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:51:697]: Note: 1: 2262 2: DigitalSignature 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:51:697]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp is not digitally signed
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp is permitted to run at the ‘unrestricted’ authorization level.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: SequencePatches starts. Product code: {90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}, Product version: 15.0.4420.1017, Upgrade code: {00150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}, Product language 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Note: 1: 2262 2: _Tables 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Note: 1: 2262 2: _Columns 3: -2147287038
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: PATCH SEQUENCER: verifying the applicability of QFE patch C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp against product code: {90150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}, product version: 15.0.4420.1017, product language 0 and upgrade code: {00150000-1151-0000-1000-0000000FF1CE}
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: PATCH SEQUENCER: QFE patch C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp is applicable.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: SequencePatches returns success.
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Final Patch Application Order:
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: {AE2D13C7-9682-4B5A-982D-DADCEEF71D71} – C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\OWP8CD0.tmp\wacserver-x-none.msp
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Other Patches:
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Unknown\Absent: {66662975-AB7F-42BE-813A-6EB49EF195C8} –
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Superseded: {CE847BC1-7620-4D73-ADDE-4CF54E34AB8F} –
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Superseded: {44DB7F8C-3AFE-4326-99A5-CC02C0ABCBCC} –
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Superseded: {B756E91D-7AF4-4D8F-AEAB-927C765D6955} –
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Machine policy value ‘DisablePatch’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Machine policy value ‘AllowLockdownPatch’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Machine policy value ‘DisableLUAPatching’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Disallowing uninstallation of patch {66662975-AB7F-42BE-813A-6EB49EF195C8} because the patch is marked as not uninstallable
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Product: Microsoft Office Web Apps  – Update ‘Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office Web Apps Server (KB2850032) 64-Bit Edition’ could not be removed. Error code 1646.
Additional information is available in the log file C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\wacserver-x-none_MSPLOG.LOG.

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Windows Installer removed an update. Product Name: Microsoft Office Web Apps. Product Version: 15.0.4420.1017. Product Language: 0. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Update Name: Service Pack 1 for Microsoft Office Web Apps Server (KB2850032) 64-Bit Edition. Removal success or error status: 0.

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Product: Microsoft Office Web Apps – Update ‘{AE2D13C7-9682-4B5A-982D-DADCEEF71D71}’ could not be installed. Error code 1646. Additional information is available in the log file C:\Users\ADMINI~1\AppData\Local\Temp\wacserver-x-none_MSPLOG.LOG.

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:713]: Windows Installer installed an update. Product Name: Microsoft Office Web Apps. Product Version: 15.0.4420.1017. Product Language: 0. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Update Name: {AE2D13C7-9682-4B5A-982D-DADCEEF71D71}. Installation success or error status: 1646.

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:728]: Note: 1: 1708
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:728]: Product: Microsoft Office Web Apps

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:728]: Windows Installer installed the product. Product Name: Microsoft Office Web Apps. Product Version: 15.0.4420.1017. Product Language: 0. Manufacturer: Microsoft Corporation. Installation success or error status: 1646.

MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:728]: Attempting to delete file C:\Windows\Installer\2d5f5c.msp
MSI (s) (78:40) [21:49:57:791]: MainEngineThread is returning 1646
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: No System Restore sequence number for this installation.
Uninstallation of the update package is not supported.
C:\Windows\Installer\132bd7.msi
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: User policy value ‘DisableRollback’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: Machine policy value ‘DisableRollback’ is 0
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: Incrementing counter to disable shutdown. Counter after increment: 0
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Rollback\Scripts 3: 2
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: Note: 1: 1402 2: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Installer\Rollback\Scripts 3: 2
MSI (s) (78:10) [21:49:57:806]: Decrementing counter to disable shutdown. If counter >= 0, shutdown will be denied.  Counter after decrement: -1
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:57:806]: Decrementing counter to disable shutdown. If counter >= 0, shutdown will be denied.  Counter after decrement: -1
MSI (c) (64:B4) [21:49:57:806]: MainEngineThread is returning 1646
=== Verbose logging stopped: 4/14/2014  21:49:57 ===

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Test for Heartbleed SSL

April 9, 2014 by spjeff

You’ll be happy to know this website was not impacted by Heartbleed.   Smile     If you want to test any URL go over to https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/

To learn more about this new security vulnerability watch the quick Wall Street Journal video at http://blogs.wsj.com/personal-technology/2014/04/09/how-and-why-to-change-your-passwords-today

 

https://www.ssllabs.com/ssltest/analyze.html?d=spjeff.com

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