If running on Windows Server, make sure you have ‘Desktop Experience’ feature turned on

By powerpivotgeek (dwickert@microsoft.com), on July 12th, 2010

Oh the joys of SharePoint again. I just responded to an internal posting where someone was raising the issue that “Path not found” errors were being reported when Excel Desktop tried to publish a workbook to SharePoint. Again, this isn’t PowerPivot directly, but it can be reported as a PowerPivot problem if the workbook contains PowerPivot data.

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