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can't save changes in MS-Office 2010-files on a mounted Server2008R2-share
pschulze59
pschulze59
Posted 2018-06-15 05:04
Since I've installed a new Leap Suse 15.0 and CXOffice 17.5 I can't save the changes in edited MS-Office2010-files on a mounted share from a MS Server 2008 R2.
The mount-options are the same as before and the native linux-to-smb-share-access works fine. There I can overwrite files on the mounted share, create new and delete files..  But if I use CXOffice and the MS Office 2010 I can not save the edited files - only if I use a new name.
I think the issue with the missing recent-folders can help, but it doesn't help.
Any other ideas?
Thanks!
Peter
Vincent Ouwehand
Vincent Ouwehand
Posted 2018-07-26 01:21
I have had the same issue for ages, it seems related to the 2008R2 server using SMB2 shares. For me the problem existed with an EMC Isilon share that at some point got switched to SMB2, from that point i couldn't save over the existing file anymore.

And this only happens with apps running in a crossover bottle (any bottle). So libreoffice can overwrite the file just fine.
Rostislav Stříbrný
Rostislav Stříbrný
Posted 2019-05-04 06:29
Hi,
I'm on Ubuntu 18.04.

=> Same problem here. For both Office 2010 and Office 365. I could same on network share on to new file (from office). Cannot override existing file, even if I just created it (with the previous save).

I've tried setting cifs with different combinations of following mount options (no success):
noperm
rwpidforward
nounix
noacl
file_mode=0644,dir_mode=0755
file_mode=0777,dir_mode=0777
uid=1000
gid=1000
forceuid
forcegid
cruid=1000
vers=2.1
vers=3.1.1

I tried to finding something else on some forums, with no success.

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