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Sharepoint 10 access document library via Terminal Services will no allow saving a new document

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Hello, I have a new sharepoint 10 (free version), running on a 2008 x64 machine. some users access this system locally through internet (and all works fine) and others via a 2008 terminal server x64 (also via IE8) where they can access a document library but many times get a "some files can harm your computer, if the file information looks suspicious, other info is that when opening it is opening the document in word in this case 2007 (and this is ok, I wonder if going to 10 would be an easier road?) but this is usually when we get the message....... This is annoying the user - is there a way to make it go away (thanks), We have also noticed that the same user connected locally can save files after modifying them - where the same user via terminal services is unable to save and they get there is a network or file permission error. I am not a sharepoint person but would like to help these guys.. If there is a document related to this or you can point me in the right direction I would like to thank you in advance..
thanks
gary
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Almost sounds like a permissions issue. Have you tried granting the terminal services group permissions within SharePoint?
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Hey godd31, thanks for the quick reply. I haven't tried this yet but it does make sense. This afternoon I stumbled on the trust center in office 2010 and turned it down just to test and it looks like (waiting for the user to verify, this might have done it) although there may be some other issues related to this. Now I would have thought that the terminal server copy of office (word 2007) would have been used. But when I access through the terminal server it launches office (in theis case word 2010) which happens to be loaded on the sharepoint server.
Will get right back as soon as i hear from the user.. also, how would I accomplish your suggestion to grant the tsuser group permission to sharepoint - I can test this possibility after I hear back from the user.. good idea, thanks
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Thanks, never heeard back on part 2, but you had the best answer..
Cheers.
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