On the problem computers, check the WebClient service. It should be started
and set for automatic startup.
<firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote in message
On 15 Apr, 19:52, sculver <sculver.3qp...@no-mx.forums.vistaheads.com>
> Steve Hebert;1221190 Wrote:
> > Does the behavior continue if you add the SharePoint site to your
> > trusted
> > zone?
> > Does this problem occur on both Vista & XP systems?
> > What version of SharePoint is in use?
> > Steve
> > "davido" <dav...@discussions.microsoft.com> wrote in message
> > > Still not working. C'mon guys. This is a biggie.
> My site was in the Local Intranet, tried removing it from there and
> adding to Trusted, and still will not work in IE 8 (still works fine in
> 7 and below on other machines). This is an XP SP3 machine, and we are
> hitting Sharepoint 2007.
> FYI, the actual error is, where the explorer view should be, the
> following is shown "Please wait while Explorer View is loaded. If
> Explorer View does not appear, your browser may not support it."
Got the same problem. Works in Vista, but not in Windows 2003 and XP
SP3 using IE 8
Doesn't work with WSS 2.0 WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007.
With this bug there is no chance any corporations using sharepoint
will be able to upgrade. Tried all known security zones and
compatibility setting I've managed to find, but no change.