On my fresh Windows 10 installation, I had OneDrive, OneDrive for Business and Dropbox.
I was able to see only the Dropbox icons, but not the OneDrive ones.
The solution is to go to the registry settings under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\ShellIconOverlayIdentifiers and ensure that there are max 15 entries.
In my case I had this:
So in my case I have delete the Dropbox icons, and now I can see the OneDrive sync status.
taking inspiration from the blog post Managing overlay icons for Dropbox and TortoiseSVN and TortoiseGit, I see that the best solution is to keep the important icons for both OneDrive, OneDrive for Business and DropBox (for DropBox, I keep the icons 1, 2, 5, and 7). So in total I have now 14 entries, and I should be fine.
My registry settings now are:
It is impossible to associate a Visio 2003 document template to a SharePoint content type.
There is the Microsoft KB 826412 witch says just that.
Sadly there there is no solution: you have to manually download a Visio document to use as template, rename and modify it, and finally upload it to your SharePoint document library.
In order to display your SharePoint list in Datasheet view, you need:
- a web browser supporting ActiveX;
- Office client 32 bit.
If you have installed Office 64 bit, you can try to install the 2007 Office System Driver: Data Connectivity Components.
Writing your own web parts, it may be possibile to reproduce the Edit with Word/Excel/... command; in fact, this command check-outs the document, then allows it to edit/read it from the office application.
editDocumentWithProgID2('http://mywebserver/mysiteurl/myDoc.doc', '', 'SharePoint.OpenDocuments', '0', 'http://mywebserver/mysiteurl', 0);
You can read the following very detailed and intresting post: How to open SharePoint documents in Edit mode with Internet Explorer 6 and Windows XP (without regfix).
A few notes:
- if you handle non Office documents (for example: pdf), you can't call this method, and you have to revert to the link allowing the document to open.