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Open Visio in SharePoint 2013 with Visio WebAccess not possible in a specified library

Posted on 2014-02-25
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Hello,

We have a document libary on one of our site called Sharepoint sitemap.
Within this library at the root there is a Visio .vsdx document stored.

If I click on this the Visio WebAccess opens and shows the document.

If I go to another library, same site, i try to open a similar Visio document in
a subfolder, but in this case IE is asking me to save or open the file, but I don't
know why.

Is there any setting missing for this specified libary that prevents opening and
showing the document also in the Visio WebAccess part as it does in the first
libyary?

Regards

insi01
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Go the library settings and check if the documents are set to be run in the client application or on the server.
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Ok, i will check
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I went to advanced settings and see that in the section "Opening Documents in the Browser".

Is that I had to check? It is set to "USe the server default (OPen in den client application)".
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That's the one
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