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A Remote Event Receiver may give you the correct token for the Client Context if you enable it on AppInstalling. It's difficult to access external Lists (from the App web), but if you throw in a WCF service and CSOM, it gives you a little more control This post may help you when defining different Client Context based on the situation. This post will give ...


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Depending on the setup, you can try creating a dummy excel file and uploading it to a SharePoint folder. If you are not authenticate it will either open a browser for you to enter your credentials or just authenticate you if you're passing your windows credentials.


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Yes, but it depends on how you set up the environment. If the Hyper-V VM has full network access (that is, you can ping it from your client), and if you set up your Web Application to use the machine name of the VM, you can just go to http://machineName. Or, if you set up a specific hostname that is not the machine name, or a full FQDN, you can edit the ...


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There is only a single method of authentication to Office 365 (or SharePoint Online, however you'd like to look at it). You're either using federated using ADFS, Okta, Ping, etc. or using 'managed' accounts (where Azure AD sync is in place, but you're not using federation). There is no way to do one or the other depending on location. I typically suggest ...


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Check whether any job is using the farm account and trying to connect to the database from SharePoint server. First, try to stop 'SharePoint timer service' for some time and check whether you are still getting the error logs. If it is stopped, there must be some job which is trying to connect to the database. You can get default list of services for ...



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