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Allow external sharing in SharePoint Online site collection - if you cannot do that, you're out of luck. However, if external sharing has been enabled or you can enable it, go to document you wish to share, select Share. Then choose "Get a link", and from drop-down select "View link - no sign-in required". Then copy&paste the link to your company ...


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You have to Inherit your page from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebControls.UnsecuredLayoutsPageBase Override the AllowAnonymousAccess property and return true protected override bool AllowAnonymousAccess { get{ return true; } }


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Unfortunately no, that is one of the drawbacks. Each time you create an app, the database is actually created in azure. There is no way to separate user’s ability to edit and read various tables. In other words, it does not support role based permissions.


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Ok, i found the solution myself so i will answer here. The problem was that the folder was created as the "custom_document_set" content type that we are using in our environment instead of "folder" document set which should get applied when creating a folder. It happens during the site creation script that we have which causes the folder to retrieve the ...



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