OneNote Sections won't sync properly

Posted on 2010-03-31
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Last Modified: 2016-05-20
I have a OneNote Notebook that I have published to a sharepoint site. All users have View Only access to the directory.

All users can open the Notebook, but some users get sync errors on some of the sections saying that they are password protected.

They can access the notebook, however some users don't get all the sections

I have not put passwords on any section or notebook
Question by:charlestasse
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redrumkev earned 2000 total points
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How are you doing?

That error code 0x52E is a network access issue. Do your users have mixed O/S's in use?
What are the O/S's?

Does anyone have OneNote 2010 (beta) installed or is everyone on Onenote 2007?

See this link (similar question) which has a sub link to the MS work around:

Hope this helps,

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I can't get to the link you provided above.  Please post this another way.  Thanks!

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