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Office Communicator Bubble Not seen on SharePoint

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Last Modified: 2012-05-11
hello,

i am unable to see the office communicator bubbles on sharepoint after i switched to a new machine. i have tried resintalling OC with no luck yet. When i open a list in data sheet view i can see the bubbles just fine but when i switch it to standard view then i dont see anything. even if i hover over it.

Thanks!
RS
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Looks like a client side problem... Is silverlight installed?

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Yes i had previous version. I just updated it to latest but still no luck? I agree with you its a client side. all other users can see it.
Hmmm, strange problem. You're using IE7+ All updates installed that where also installedon the other machine? Are you using the right settings in Office Communicator? Right OCS version?

I experienced this problem before. We logged in on the wrong domain in OCS. We couldn't see the OCS status of people. When changing the domain to login, the problem was solved.

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Yes i am using IE 8 the same as i used before. I have updated everything. Wonder what i am missing here.
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Awesome Jess7 :) such a simple thing we miss sometimes. It works like Charm!!

Thank you!!

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Also thanks meindertjanw: for your Guidance!!

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Excellent - glad it's now working. :)
Simple but great! :)
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