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The master pages and page layouts are stored at site collection level and in master page gallery _catalogs/masterpage. But you can always have liberty to select different master page for each sub site or also inherit the master page from its parent which is a site collection. Webapplication won't have any master page for itself without a root site ...


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No, there is not column like this. The best you could do would be to store the data in a separate list with the title column being the display name of the user and a second column for their email address and any other columns for additional data you want. Then when you create a lookup column to this list, you can include any other fields that might be ...


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You can open top level site then Site Settings -> Master Page -> Check Reset all subsites to inherit this site master page setting and click Ok This will set top level master page to all Sub Sites.


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When using SharePoint integration, you can host Reports and other SSRS files in SharePoint document library, including but not limited to defining permissions for individual reports using SharePoint permission model (users, groups, permission levels). When using Report Viewer web part, you can configure lots of details regarding the displayed report using ...


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You won't have such functionality out-of-box but i can suggest you something that you may find helpful follow this List Settings -> Advanced Settings -> Item Level permissions. Change read and edit access to only the ones created by the user. So now the users will able to see or edit their own items only and not those items created by other users


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Simple solution to this. Somehow, even though I'm using ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(), it doesn't wait for sp.js so I had to wrap it in Document.ready $(document).ready(function () { ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(setMenuOptions, "sp.js"); });


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The answer would be Item Display Templates. You will need to convert your custom Abstract Column to a managed property and create a custom item display template which displays this managed property for your search results. Here is good post on how to turn your own custom column to appear in search results. ...


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By default member of farm administrator group don't have access to the site content. In order to give them rights on site collection, either you need to add them in policy of webapplication (this will give access to all sites col in that Web app) or add them individually in each site collection. Read this for more info: ...


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Not in SharePoint 2013. User needs to be given access to particular sites at some level (Site Collection Admin or adding to Owners, Members, Visitors group) Let me know if you have any questions


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This is expected behavior because.. You make it hidden through the content type page. Now when everything is working fine you decide to change default value of field. For this, you go to, list setting and then that particular column. If you look at the window where you change default value. we have one section "Require that this column contains ...


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Best way is to make those charts as named Parts and then specify that name in Excel web access part . You should see only that Chart. Also in web part setting if you chose toolbar none, you wont see file tab or other excel function. It will be visible as plain Web chart and they wont know its actual excel file.


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Use the Excel settings to hide the gridlines. Define a range that you want to display in web access web part and configure the web part to show that range only.


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Here is the official SharePoint Limits and Boundaries https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc262787.aspx#ListLibrary From this we can make few assumptions and calculate number of libraries per Site Collection ~ 2 Million maximum theoretical or practical number of libraries in a site collection


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You can use PowerShell for changing Title $t = get-sptimerjob | where { $_.Title -eq "MNM's Test Timer Job" } $t.Title = "New MNM's Test Timer Job" $t.Update()


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Probably you can use jQuery to look for inner html and hide if it contains What's your Style jQuery('#Tile_WPQ2_4_1').each(function(){ if(jQuery(this).html().indexOf("What's your Style") > -1) { jQuery(this).hide(); } });


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The error: Cannot read property 'get_current' of undefined usually occurs since sp.js library is not yet loaded when the ClientContext is initialized. Use SP.SOD.executeFunc function to ensure sp.js is loaded. Example SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', function () { getGroupsFromCurrentUser(function(groups){ ...


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This seems like an issue with Minimal Download Strategy. Try this SP.SOD.executeFunc('sp.js', 'SP.ClientContext', function () { }); SP.SOD.executeOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(setMenuOptions,"sp.js"); function setMenuOptions() { clientContext = new SP.ClientContext(); web = clientContext.get_web(); ...... }


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The biggest advantage of using Site Collection is that you can use Separate Content Databases. Once you split Content, maintenance can be much easier.


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My mantra is use a structure like that for publishing type sites, where it is all about information you are trying to display publicly for the users of the company. There generally isn't a ton of content there, it is things like displaying company news, IT Service catalogs, things like that. Then I have site collections for each of the departments for ...


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You can create additional SharePoint list and add all internal and external users there like simple list items (if you want, you can map internal users to real AD accounts by the adding Person or Group field in this list, fill in this field for internal users and leave empty for external). Then, you can create multi lookup column from your main list to this ...


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I would suggest you start reading MSDN articles. Start with THIS and THIS If the whole solution will be split across multiple content databases, lists and libraries will be created with a sense of mind, and everything will be governed properly, then I don't see a problem with 200GB and 400 clients.


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Create new form using SharePoint Designer for your list "MyList", call the form "MySecondEditForm". Then you can use link like http://mysharepoint.com/Lists/MyList/MySecondEditForm.aspx?ID=[N]&Source=[S] to access that form. Depending on how you display the list on the pages, you can use e.g., JSLink to add specific "Edit" button for each row containing ...


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You can complete this using JSLink. JSLink is a property that controls rendering of fields, items and even Web Parts through a JavaScript file. It will overwrite supply a header and footer and then a JavaScript method (function pointer) to execute for each list item. Please look at this post for more details. Example how to overwrite item, footer and ...


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Before everything, you will face this issue in a web app where a site collection is using SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure, metadata navigation, the Content Query Web Part, or navigation. We had the same access denied issue almost 4 years ago and then with the help of MSFT support we got the solution. By default, the Portal Super User account is ...


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It is possible to do this. If you are deploying ASPX pages in your app you can use the ThemeControl <SharePoint:ThemedForegroundImage ThemeKey="spcommon" ImageUrl="/_layouts/15/images/spcommon.png" runat="server" CssClass="myclass" ID="myElementId" /> MSDN: ...


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Based on previous answers the approach I can think of is to add an event receiver which checks who the user is as denies the change if they are not allowed. You could use the SPListEventReceiver FieldUpdating event. https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/office/microsoft.sharepoint.splisteventreceiver.fieldupdating(v=office.14).aspx You would need to ...


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Ok, this answer is going to be a bit long, because I haven't worked with overriding the group rendering template, so I'm basing my answer on my experience overriding the view rendering template. First of all, you should know that you can call the default SP rendering methods from within your custom override. So for instance, you could conceivably do ...


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In my opinion - if there's a risk of passwords being in that store, then do not crawl it. It doesn't matter who decides to have the responsibility, or who dodges it - if that risk is there the mitigation is not to crawl that store, and just to use whatever new file storage/sharing technology you decide to go with (File shares, SharePoint, OneDrive for Biz, ...


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You can try Managed Metadata fields in this scenario where the admins for Taxonomy are separate set of users with in SharePoint. Let me know if you have any questions.


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Is that you have permissions on to the report server database to access the data. Also please verify the steps u did against the article which prepared with SP2010 version. Let me know if you still see any issues.



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