Collaboration Tools offers additional functionality to users of Windows Sharepoint Services and Sharepoint Portal Server, allowing them to create ad-hoc document centric workflows without any code. The installation adds functionality to Sharepoint document libraries, but it does this only by adding two links to the standard document library templates. All the power behind the functionality is kept away from the original Sharepoint files, with only these two links providing access to those added capabilities. This document will show you how to add those links to additional non-standard templates, or foreign language templates, that you may have running on your Sharepoint installation. Note: knowledge of the Sharepoint template system is a pre-requisite to completing this HowTo.
The links for this functionality must be added to the relevant Microsoft SharePoint document library List Templates inside SharePoint. List Templates are contained within Site Templates, and even if your customizations to SharePoint are mainly cosmetic in nature, if you have deployed a custom Site Template, you will have also had to deploy custom List Templates.
Find your custom Site Template, or foreign language Site Template, under 'C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft shared\web server extensions\60\Template\xxxx', with 'xxxx' being the locale ID you have installed (the default US-English is 1033).
Inside this folder, there will be a LISTS sub-folder, which contains your List Templates. Inside this LISTS folder there will be one sub-folder for each List Template. The naming of these folders is arbitrary, as you can name a List Template whatever you wish, therefore it is impossible for us to provide you with a complete list of exactly which files you should change. However the default name for the List Template that provides document library functionality is 'DOCLIB'.
Once you have completed the changes for all your List Templates, restart IIS (Microsoft Internet Information Services).
You should now find these links are present in all lists based on these templates.