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Office 365 SharePoint Edition – Public Site

June 9, 2011

Today I was given a task to deploy an InfoPath form to the public site. After a few minutes trying to publish the form with browser enabled, I realized that we only had the Microsoft Office 365 Beta (Plan P1) License. This version does not allow browser enabled, so we upgraded to Microsoft Office 365 Plan E3 – the lowest license that allows browser enabled.

So, with the new office 365 version, I managed to publish the form to the private site quite easily. With this done, I moved on to create a public site. I tried to publish the form, but it seems that the public site is nothing more than a hosted entity with a basic editor.

Why the hell Microsoft don’t extend the SharePoint capabilities to the public site?


From → SharePoint 2010

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