The message appears because Microsoft SharePoint has been detected on your Web server. If SharePoint is using the same Virtual Server (the same Web Site) as ACT! Premium for Web, and you are using SharePoint, then you must add ACT! Premium for Web to the execution list for Microsoft SharePoint and modify your Web.Config file. Use the following steps:
Note: If SharePoint was installed, but has been removed, this warning dialog may still appear. Click OK in the message and then continue with the configuration.
Note: If you follow this document completely and/or the documentation given by the ACT! Premium for Web Administrator's Guide to Reconfigure SharePoint, you may still see the warning dialog box. Click OK in the message and then continue with the configuration.
To Add ACT! to the SharePoint Execution List:
Note: The following information is provided as a convenience. Sage Software, Inc., does not provide support for Microsoft Products. For more information on this topic go to How to enable an ASP.Net application to run on a SharePoint virtual server.
To create an exclusion for a part of the URL namespace of the virtual server, follow these steps:
- Click the Windows® Start button, click Administrative Tools, and then click SharePoint Central Administration.
- In the Virtual Server Configuration area, click Configure virtual server settings.
- Under the Virtual Server List tab, click the virtual server that you have to add the excluded paths to.
- Under Virtual Server Management, click Define Managed Paths.
- In the Add a New Path section, type the path that you want to exclude in the Path box.
- Click Excluded Path, and then click OK.
You must add the following content to your Web.Config file. This file is located in the ACT! Premium for Web program folder and may be edited with Microsoft Notepad. This is only the affected section of the content in this file. The additions are displayed in the bold text:
<add verb="*" path="*.aspx" type="System.Web.UI.PageHandlerFactory, System.Web, Version=1.0.5000.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=b03f5f7f11d50a3a" />
<trust level="Full" originUrl="" />
<add name="Session" type="System.Web.SessionState.SessionStateModule"/>
<pages enableViewState="true" enableSessionState="true"
Note: This section will only appear if you have gone past the Web Server tab in the Web Site Administration tool. To bypass this tab, CTRL+Left-Click the tab labeled Web Server.