I have a SharePoint 2013 Enterprise installation with the following updates installed:
SharePoint Foundation 2013 March PU
SharePoint Server 2013 March PU
SharePoint Foundation 2013 April CU
SharePoint Server 2013 April CU
The client machine on which I am experiencing issues has the following:
Windows 7 - all of the latest updates as of 2013-07-25.
Office 2010 Professional including all patches up to and including Service Pack 2 for Office 2010.
After installing SP2 for Office 2010 on the client I am no longer able to connect to a SharePoint list from the SharePoint list's ribbon in IE 10. When I attempt to do so, I receive the following alert: "Export to database failed. To export a list, you must have a Microsoft SharePoint Foundation-compatible application."
I have verified that on client machines with Office Pro 2010 without service pack 2 I am still able to Open the list with Access 2010. I am also able to do this on clients running Office 2013 Professional.
I performed an Office repair from Add/Remove programs after I installed Office 2010 Service Pack 2, and was still not able to open the list with Access. However, I am able to connect to the list from within Access 2010 if I start there first, create a blank database --> Create --> SharePoint Lists --> Existing SharePoint List, and connect via the list URL.
Upon uninstalling SP2 for Office on the client in question, I can once again open the list with Access from the list's ribbon in IE 10.
Can anyone verify this issue, or provide any recommendations?
Thanks in advance - Dave