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How to resolve InfoPath form error problem?

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Dear EE,

1.) I've created a form using InfoPath, then published it to our SharePoint, add some workflows, but the problem is, if I open this form from a machine that doesn't have InfoPath installed into it, I received error. Kindly check the attached image for the error result. I've checked the browser enabled & every items that need to checked before I publish it. I know that it's not necessary to install InfoPath from clients PC, specially to users that are using Office 2003.

2.) I connect that form list to my outlook, but can't preview the XML, 2nd image shows the error result. What do i need to do, install something into my outlook or what?

Please advise.

Thank you!
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Question by:Stiebel Eltron
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Do you have InfoPath Forms server installed and configured?
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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@shover: Where can I see it? But I'm pretty sure that I have installed it. However you may let me know how to check it so I can check it once more, then let u know for the result.
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Looks like you are running 2007

How To Configure InfoPath Forms Services (Office Forms Server)  
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc197394(office.12).aspx
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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@shover: I couldn't find the InfoPath Forms Services from our Application Management in Central Admin.
Please see the attached file for the image of our Central Admin --> Application Management.
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MOSS 2007 has forms server included, WSS 3.0 does not.
If you running WSS 3.0 then you need Office Forms Server 2007.  I dont beleive it can be installed on the same machine as WSS though.

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by:Stiebel Eltron
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We are using MOSS 2007, not WSS 3.0.
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by:Stiebel Eltron
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But Standard version. Can we say that it's the reason why we couldn't find InfoPath Form Services?
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Yes, It is already part of enterprise but not standard.
You would need to install forms server or upgrade to enterprise.
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