You’re creating a Visual Studio and Windows Workflow Foundation workflow for SharePoint and you would like to use InfoPath for the Workflow Initiation, Workflow Association, and Workflow Task Edit forms.
Set the form’s Security Level to "Domain"
Now publish the form to a local network place
Leave the access path BLANK
Now your form is ready to be added to your Visual Studio project and deployed in a Visual Studio & windows workflow foundation workflow.
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Ulysses Ludwig is a SharePoint architect with over 16 years in the IT and computer industry. Ulysses' primary focus is SharePoint but he dabbles in the latest web technologies and likes to develop software in his spare time.
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