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When someone tries to insert an online picture through Word, it goes to Bing search and the user can then search for what they want. However, once they have found a picture, if they then try to insert it, it brings up the following error:. I have no other versions of Office installed, no group policies that would directly affect Office and Bing search works through browsers.
We are having the same issue. Confirmed that the problem occurs in both the and suites. Tried in safe mode to no avail. Users are logged into the office products through Windows Authentication and it still throws the error if we log out of the application to try again. We also checked our filter and the request is passing through just fine.
So far it seems to be affecting our entire organization. I am also encountering the same issues. I have run procmon and trawled through as many logs as i can to no avail. The only thing different in my case is that if i run the application as a domain admin account it works perfectly.
There is an error that appears reguarly in my event logs about the microsoft internal database. I’m wondering if this just happens often enough to look like it correlated with my clicks in which case its a red herring.
We have a number of group policies in place and ive ruled all of them out by disabling the policy for a particular test user.
At a total loss on this one. I was on that forum last week, but saw the OP didn’t actually say how they fixed it StealthCobra82 This issue just popped for us too, and the directions in your link helped us fix it. Thanks for the info!
I spent days on this issue. And today literally side by side testing of 2 different users one domain admin the other a standard user.
I tested every single option in IE options in security and the advanced tab and this one tick box fixed it. Looks like someone already posted this above.
So I wasted my entire morning finding something somebody had already found LOL! To continue this discussion, please ask a new question. Get answers from your peers along with millions of IT pros who visit Spiceworks.
Hi everyone, I’ve recently had an issue with Office and I can’t seem to find a fix for it However, once they have found a picture, if they then try to insert it, it brings up the following error: “Sorry, we couldn’t download the picture s you selected” This seems to be on all PC’s.
Does anyone have any ideas of how I can fix this? Best Answer. This fixed it for us View this “Best Answer” in the replies below ». Popular Topics in Microsoft Office. Which of the following retains the information it’s storing when the system power is turned off?
Submit ». Verify your account to enable IT peers to see that you are a professional. Are users logged into office? Try to open word in safe mode and check the problem. No, users aren’t logged in – I have just tried it on my PC whilst logged into office and also whilst signed out and I have the same problem. When running safe mode for Word – the option for online pictures is greyed out, but on Powerpoint I was able to go through the process, but had the same error.
I have not checked Microsoft KBs yet. I also did the same thing with ProcMon, but didn’t see anything suggesting there was an issue. That worked!! Thai Pepper. And today literally side by side testing of 2 different users one domain admin the other a standard user I finally found the issue resolved when I unchecked ‘Do not save encrypted pages to disk’ I tested every single option in IE options in security and the advanced tab and this one tick box fixed it.
Incidentally this is an option in group policy and can be amended at that end. This topic has been locked by an administrator and is no longer open for commenting. Read these next