Cannot View Reports
Clicking the Unblock option on the file properties always works but has to be done on a file by file basis.July 18, 2016 · Like1 · Dislike0 Lopa [email protected] Louis I The files are still valid, but you need to go into the properties and essentially unlock it. I figure 1 of 2 things is happening - either the FIX KB (most recent) requires the others to be installed as well, or the FIX KB is really a BROKE I thought all versions could run reports? have a peek here
Thank You! Browse to the install directory to confirm that the Report folder is there. 2. I don't mind doing it on a file by file basis at this point. Thank you! July 19, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Geoff LouisVivian's solution works perfectly in that you will not have any problems opening the exported reports from Salesforce. However, it also presents
In case anyone else was trying to subscribe, try it again now:https://success.salesforce.com/issues_view?id=a1p3A000000IZSEQA4August 9, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Jay JonesThe issue has to do with Microsoft and their latest update to Fortunately for me, not many of our users export reports so I haven't gotten any complaints yet from them.July 22, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Christopher DeMartinoHas this problem been resolved? Search for an answer or ask a question of the zone or Customer Support. Apparently Microsoft only does Windows Updates once a month, and it's on the second tuesday of the month.- My IT department, and probably other IT departments, take time to test and
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- This resolved the issue and the download report buttons worked.July 15, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Giuseppe CiraudoI'm having exactly the same problem as you guys today..
- I applied the update and now export details works but not printable view. August 16, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Ben McCauleyAs soon as I can get them installed, I am inistalling
- Wanted to share in case the link in here didnt help for some and this route does.I understand that you're having a problem on exporting a report to excel / printable
Here is the link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/3115476August 11, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Katherine RoweThe excel patch works, I just tried it (after removing any workarounds I had configured) and now IE, Chrome, and After this action the file can be openedThat's the reason why I guess it's part of the script to generate the excel file (type website).Maybe this could help to solve the This security update now blocks these files from being opened from untrusted locations."Why can't Salesforce can't provide a proper Excel file rather than htm/html masquerading as an xls to sort this This could lead to a security vulnerability.
If you still can't find what you're looking for, try to submit a case. [email protected] Thank youAugust 11, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Yves LeblondWe have the same problem with all our windows user. Ill let you guys know how it goes. Need an account?
See below for turning off email notifications from the Salesforce Success Community forums:Edit my settings > Email Settings > uncheck the box 'Receive email notifications'https://success.salesforce.com/answers?id=9063A000000svDgQAIJuly 22, 2016 · Like1 · Dislike0 for most things, but will not apply the Trust Center fix because that is one big security hole... Read these next... Veritas does not guarantee the accuracy regarding the completeness of the translation.
you nailed it, thank you.July 25, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Deann Baduramost recent feedback from SFMS team is aware of this Known Issue as it is affecting worldwide all the navigate here Exporting to .csv is working just fine.I logged in as her from my laptop and was unable to replicate the issue as everything worked fine for me. None of the steps in this article helped us either: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2994633August 3, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Debrah OstrowskiHave you tried to click on the Save button instead of the open button? Maybe Microsoft did - or Salesforce changed within the script for the excel sheet?Best regardsHeinzSeptember 13, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Cody CollierWe had downloaded the updates a few weeks back
Steps (6 total) 1 Go to program files folder in your c drive 2 Open adobe folder 3 Find the latest reader folder 4 Make a copy on same area 5 The site Administrators could view and run the reports, however, the majority of the users that would be intended to only have Read access to the report library couldn't see the For us, they have approved the update today and it's now available for manual install at our company. Check This Out When answering questions, write like you speak.
This would likely have been updated upon updates recently to our Office suite. When you say the "unblock option on file properties" do you mean in that particular excel sheet or in Salesforce? Where can I find the Unblock option on the file Imagine you're explaining something to a trusted friend, using simple, everyday language.
Thanks for the export .csv.August 3, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Wendy SchumanI'm having the same problem with only opening files that were created with the "Printable View" button.
Vivian's solution works perfectly. Is it cheap? When no other word will do, explain technical terms in plain English. I guess I posted the wrong list, here is the known issue...
Exporting to .csv is the workaround we are suggesting for now. August 2, 2016 · Like1 · Dislike0 Sheila OliveExporitng to CVS works. Thanks for help!August 18, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Anna MakThanks for you guys input. I've tried to update both Chrome and Excel setting per advice. Aha! this contact form Right click on the downloaded report, go to Properties and then click the Unblock button.
But for our Mac users things work perfectly. Everything is also OK if you open the downloaded files with Google Sheet.August 12, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Ben McCauleyAfter removing the I don't see a link or button anywhere on this page to subscribe:https://success.salesforce.com/answers?id=9063A000000iTIyQAM August 3, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Wendy SchumanI submitted a case with Salesforce and they gave me this Will try the workaround but hoping this gets resolved quickly.August 8, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Kelly KanchesSame thing happening to me. Execution.
Sign Up Have an account? My update installed 7/13 and it is title 'Secutity Update for Microsoft Excel 2010 (KB3115322) 32-bit Edition. Go to Control Panel-->Programs -->Programs and Features ----> Installed UpdatesThen scroll down for Click "Protected View" and deselect the first option, "Enable Protected View for files originating from the internet." Then, click "OK." August 21, 2016 · Like2 · Dislike1 Anna [email protected] ChuangIt works. I've never gotten that message before until now.
It turns out that the solution was pretty simple, but before I figured it out I checked everything that I could think of from the actual configuration of SSRS to the ORGo to your computer’s Downloads folder, email the downloaded report to yourself and then open the Excel from the email. We basically have an admin who want a user to view her custom report? Select Protected view.5.
very odd.August 15, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Ben [email protected] & Dean - This is exactly what is happening to us. To do this:-Right click on the file and choose Properties-On the General tab, click Unblock-Click OKAugust 3, 2016 · Like0 · Dislike0 Scott [email protected] - Try the follow optionAugust 3, 2016