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All image uploads failing

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I have tried uploading single images and batches and getmessage re read/only and file exists, but the library is empty.

 

http://www.thomasmeldrumltd.co.uk/SiteImages/Forms/AllItems.aspx

 

Pls advise

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  • Hi Thomas Meldrum Lrd,

    This is Jonis from Microsoft SharePoint Online Support.

    Because this is a duplicate post, I would like to offer some additional resolutions for the picture upload issue.

    First, make sure that you download and install all of the windows updates and upgrade to the latest version of Java.  SharePoint Online for Office 365 uses both Java script and Active X controls, so it is recommended that your browser supports both.  I use the 32-bit version of Internet Explorer (IE), even on my Windows 7 64-bit Operating System.  If you use Internet Explorer, the following link details configuration changes that are recommended to resolve browser issues: Open with Explorer issues

    When you use the above article to configure Internet Explorer, if you have a Professionals Small Business subscription, you will need to add some additional trusted sites as listed below:

    1. Open Internet Explorer Tools and select Internet options
    2. Select the Security tab -> Trusted Sites -> and verify that Enable Protected mode is unchecked
    3. Select Sites and verify that Require server verification (https:) for all sites in the zone is unchecked
    4. Under Add this website to the zone -> Add the following websites to the zone:  http://putyourdomainhere.microsoft.com/ and http://putyourdomainhere.sharepoint.com/

    When editing your website pages, with the Office 365 web design tool, make sure that you Save your changes and publish them to the Web on a frequent basis to avoid design change irregularities.

    It is also important to configure your computers for use with Office 365.  The following links detail the process:

    Microsoft Office 365 for Professionals and Small Business

    Microsoft Office 365 for Enterprises

    I will continue to monitor this thread for a few days and will reply to any additional posts or questions.

    Jonis Estrem

    Microsoft Office 365 SharePoint Support

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