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Problems with sites after installing MS SharePoint Server 2.0

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Hi, after I installed SharePoint 2.0 on my Server which also have installed Project Server 2003 and SMS 2003, When I tried to access the Reporting Site and Project Site its display the following errors

For SMS
Link: http://drpayrollbkp/sms/reports.asp
ERROR
The following file(s) have been blocked by the administrator: /sms/reporting.asp

For Project Server
Link: http://drpayrollbkp/projectserver/Home/HomePage.asp
ERROR
The following file(s) have been blocked by the administrator: /projectserver/Home/HomePage.asp

Regards,
Ivan
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Got a question on a file upload error in SharePoint... Even as an Administrator, I get the following error trying to upload an Access database into my Document Library...

The following file(s) have been blocked by the administrator:  
  mydatabase.mdb


Resolution - You're unable to update the Access file because SharePoint by default blocks .MDB files.  Do the following:  
1.  Go to SharePoint Central Administrator.
 
2.  Under the "Security Configuration" section, click "Manage Blocked File Types".  
 
3.  Find MDB.  
 
4.  Remove MDB from the list & click the "OK" button.  


http://blogs.officezealot.com/mauro/archive/2005/10/24/8339.aspx
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Sharepoint - The following file(s) have been blocked by the administrator

Sometimes on different Servers i got the following error trying to upload an Access or another kind of file...

The following file(s) have been blocked by the administrator:
Administration.mdb

This can be solved doing the following:

- Go to Start/Programs/Administrative tools/Sharepoint Central Administration


-"Security Configuration" section
-"Manage Blocked File Types"

-Find the MDB extension at the list

-Remove it

-Click the "OK" button
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Maybe similar type of problem with your sharepoint and ASP?
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by:poweronedr
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Thank you, but the problem was in IIS, somebody use the same port for SharePoint and SMS.

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