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Permissive XFrame Header (SP 2010-2013-2016)

Rating:        Based on 7 ratings
Reviewed:  7 reviews
Downloads: 5069
Change Set: 9b97dceea9c3
Released: Nov 2, 2016
Updated: Nov 2, 2016 by vandest
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A SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 module that will allow SharePoint, Excel Services, Office Web Apps or InfoPath Forms Services to be rendered inside cross-domain iframes.

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Thanks for doing this and share. This solution have been working so great for us. We are using it for all our CRM application and other in-house application that integrate with SharePoint 2013. Without this solution, per Microsoft advise, we would have to modify each site collection master page in order to allow rendering page in an Xframe. Especially, I appreciate the supporting response that we got whenever we need help or report an issue.
by Swanl on Aug 4, 2016 at 3:38 PM
excellent work great.
by shahzebkn on Jan 24, 2016 at 6:19 AM
Thank you so much for this solution! With Microsofts new "One Webapp, many Host Named Site Collectinos (HNSCs) design principle for SharePoint 2013, your solution is the only way to display previews in the search result Webpart for the other HNSCs. Great Work!
by i2seesharp on Apr 9, 2015 at 8:54 AM
The Mar 16, 2015 release fixed the issue with apps which had already disabled the x-frame-option. Thanks to Steven for a quick resolution :)
by OWLRDF on Mar 16, 2015 at 9:24 PM
UPDATE: Date: 11/07/2014: The new patch to the above solution was created thanks to Steven and it works beautifully! Thanks much Steven for helping turn this around so quickly! Reema ------------------------------------------------------------ Date: 11/05/2014: Did not work for me even though I followed this article to the tee. I am on SP2010 enterprise edition(RTM version) without SPs Please get in touch with me if you can to help me out. I used this deploy file: Many thanks - Reema
by reemapereira on Nov 7, 2014 at 6:23 PM
This worked great for me with SharePoint 2013. Note, after running the PowerShell commands to enable the solution, you have to enable it on the Web Application. It's an application-level, not a site-level solution. Go to Central Admin -> Manage web applications. Select the correct application and click the Manage Features button in the WEB APPLICATIONS ribbon. Activate Permissive X-FRAME-OPTIONS Header and the HTTP header will be changed throughout the web app.
by n8v on Sep 4, 2014 at 2:00 AM
Works as advertised. This provided us a super simple solution to building a custom application and displaying different types of documents within our application via an iframe. Without this it wouldn't have been possible. Thanks!
by MattOl on Sep 27, 2013 at 5:57 PM