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You can grant anonymous access to anyone with a guest link for a specific document: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Share-sites-or-documents-with-people-outside-your-organization-80e49744-e30f-44db-8d51-16661b1d4232 As for folders and entire lists it is not possible in SharePoint Online: http://community.office365.com/en-us/f/154/t/214014.aspx ...


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There are two things to check: Anonymous users should have access to the library where you are storing JS files otherwise SharePoint will ask for credentials JS files are checked-in and published


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I recently ran into this problem as well. Go to the properties of the library holding the image/document. In versioning settings change the "Draft Item Security" to "Any user who can read items". The problem was the image I had was a "draft" image. To fix it just check it out and check it in as a major version (published). Hope this helps someone else!


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Office 365 gives you one site where you can enable anonymous access, the Public site. It is not possible to activate anonymous access on other sites.


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Try to recycle the app pool/reset IIS after you have made that setting. Here is another possible solution. The last time I had observed this issue was when the RAM on my dev server was filled up to the brim and the server was consuming a lot of CPU. I would suggest to try and stop unwanted heavy services and processes and check if you can open the site.



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