Are you trying to use Microsoft Sharepoint, but are you getting the error message 'refused to connect'?
Microsoft Sharepoint is an open-source program by Microsoft. It allows you to store and share information in a central location. It is commonly used by organizations and businesses. Microsoft Sharepoint is an essential tool for businesses to use in order to manage their documents, spreadsheets, presentations, and other files.
On this page, you will find more information about the most common causes and most relevant solutions for the Microsoft Sharepoint error 'refused to connect'. Do you need help straight away? Visit our support page.
We've created a list of solutions which you can follow if you want to solve this Microsoft Sharepoint problem yourself. Do you need more help? Visit our support page if you need professional support with Microsoft Sharepoint right away.
There are many errors that can occur when you try to use Microsoft SharePoint. One of the most common errors is Microsoft SharePoint “refused to connect” Error.
If that happens, it could be a server error, a network error, or it could be an issue with your computer or your internet connection. It is possible that other applications are interfering with the performance of Microsoft Sharepoint on your computer. Or, you may also encounter this error if you have malware installed on your computer. Usually, you need to perform a few troubleshooting steps to fix this error.
When you go to site settings-> HTML Field Security, check the box that says Allow Iframes from any domain to be added by contributors to your site.
You also have the ability to turn off embedding content on some sites, or allow embedding on all sites by changing the HTML Field Security setting in your site settings. Here is how you can do it.
Look at the root site of your site collection.
Click Settings. If you do not see the site settings, click on the tab called Site Information, and then click View all site settings.
On the Site settings page, click on the button Website Collection Administration, and click on the link HTML Field Security.
Set the security settings for HTML fields so that users are able to embed content.
Select from the following options:
Do not allow contributors to insert iframes from external domains, and do not allow iFrames to be used for all the sites in the site collection.
Allow contributors to insert iframes from any domain, so that they can use them to display the content of all the sites in the site collection. Allow the data from any external website to be displayed in the iframe. If you are concerned about security, we do not recommend that you use this option.
Then, when custom scripting is turned off for your site, you can only embed a web part. All other HTML fields should only be allowed to embed links from a list of external domains. For more information on scripting, check out the section on whether to allow or prevent custom scripts.
Allow only the following web domains that you have added to the list of domains that can be displayed in iframes in this site collection. When you want to remove a website from this list, select the website and click on the icon that is selected and click on Remove.
The final thing you can do is call customer service to get this error fixed. You can also contact them by calling their customer service number or by visiting their website. When you tell the customer support department an error code that is showing on your screen, they will usually ask you to send the code to them. They will tell you what to do next and how to approach this problem.