129 Replies
Leslie McKerchie

Hi Linda! If you are unable to replicate the issue outside of Sharepoint, have you reached out to your Sharepoint administrators to try to understand the issue that may be happening? I'm not a Sharepoint user myself, so hopefully someone in the community will be able to chime in as well with their experience.

Ashley Terwilliger-Pollard

Thanks for the update Linda - I'm not incredibly familiar with SharePoint and how content is displayed, but hopefully you're SharePoint Admin can figure out if there is something specific and if that iFrame content helps too! 

Please feel free to keep us posted as there are lots of folks in the community who mention using SharePoint and may benefit from your update and solution here. 

Mica Bell

Neither SharePoint 2013 or 2016 support the html files. The simple fix is to change the file extension from .html to .aspx.

Another tip with SharePoint is to be sure your directory is not nested too far down within subdirectories. SL uses very long file names, which are included in URL for each.

Therefore, several subdirectories (.../directory/directory/directory/directory/directory/etc.), coupled with very long SL-created filenames cans cause your SharePoint system to error out when uploading files due to character limits.

Renee Minium

Hi All, 

We've attempted to upload the published files as outlined by Cody Salinas (Thanks!). Unfortunately, we can't drag in any SL files (the story.htm./aspx, xml and swf). We can drag other types of files, just not the ones we need.

Does anyone know what Sharepoint permissions would prevent specific file types from being added?