Tag Info

New answers tagged

0

Looks like you have only one site collection in the web application. So here what i think will be easy solution. You should take advantage of the different Zones of the Web Application. You extend your web application to different zone Now configure default zone with Windows Auhtnetication and URL( update the AAM with URL which employee Access) Now ...


0

It’s possible, as wjervis mentions in the comment, but unwise. You won’t be able to track user activity and the user have no idea which items where edited by herself. You would destroy the authentication and authorization to your SharePoint Online list and could, if the app got into the wrong hands, be a major security breach. I would strongly suggest that ...


2

In case you're doing development on your machine, I guess that's a case where you have a loopback check, you can get around this problem in a couple of ways, please refer to this article. The easiest one for you would be to just disable it since you're only doing development on your local machine.


1

There are password change solutions from other companies too: Harepoint, Virtosoftware


0

To the best of my understanding is that not much has changed. SharePoint Online is now looking for SPOIDCRL cookie rather than FedAuth cookie. The FedAuth cookie was used and depended a lot on ADFS. The new SPOIDCRL is now using Azure AD Sync Service.


0

I asked a question about this recently. I believe that when the app is hosted in Azure/IIS that both sides of the protocol are in the cloud, But when the app is hosted "on-prem", there is no easy way for both sides of the protocol to talk. But this case should be the same as running "localhost-hosted" where the local browser asks if you want to "trust ...


1

One alternative is to share your site to external user where user can sign in with a Live-ID account instead. But that really depends on what your non-AD users are supposed to do in SharePoint Online? Document management is fine, but administration of Site Collection isn’t. Ref: Share sites or documents with people outside your organization


0

I have workaround for this... hope it may hep you 1) Create a separate list. The list data is filled with the user details with a timer job. 2) Use the above created list to search for the user photos. Note: If you ignore duplication of data in separate list.


0

Late to the party here but we have just had this exact problem. In fact more so since we had it working on local VM environments but it failed on deployment. After several hours of teeth gnashing and hair pulling we have a solution. Well a workaround really but it works for us within the scope of our requirements. We surmised that it HAD to be some kind of ...


0

You would have to implement some level of Single sign on. This can be accomplished by using an OpenID Identity Provider Security Token Service (IP-STS) like ADFS, identity server, live id, several others. When set up propertly both SharePoint and your PHP site rely on the IP-STS for authentication purposes and you get single sign on. Kind of like ...


0

You could use JavaScript to do a form submit. http://www.javascript-coder.com/files/form-submit/javascript-form-submit-image-2.html <form name="myform" action="handle-data.php"> Search: <input type='text' name='query' /> <a href="javascript: submitform()"> <img src="go.gif" width="33" height="19" border="0" /> </a> ...



Top 50 recent answers are included