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Either it's a bug or by design by Microsoft. We are in the process of migration and we have received tons of complaints that their files are missing. I have no choice but hit the sql db directly. here is the sql query that worked like I intended. I am NOT liable if your record(s) locks up due to this query. Use at your own risk. 1. Go to the database and ...


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You can use below PowerShell command to set Require Check Out feature on each document library on all sites foreach ($web in (Get-SPSite -Limit All | Get-SPWeb -Limit All)) { Write-Host “Processing Web: $($web.Url)…” foreach ($list in ($web.Lists | ? {$_ -is [Microsoft.SharePoint.SPDocumentLibrary]})) { ...


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You can easily do it with PowerShell script.It is having attribute $list.ForceCheckout = $true for more reference you can refer this Change SharePoint list settings using PowerShell - Part 1: General and Versioning Please let me know if it help you. Thanks


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I tried the aforementioned solution mentioned at wowsomuch by saving the script as a file and linking it to a Content Editor web part on the page with the template links and found the following. It only works for me, sort of, in 2 of 3 scenarios: manual link : works * library web part : works * content query web part: does not work a window is displayed ...


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If you do not want to wait 10 minutes, the real solution is here https://sharepointobservations.wordpress.com/2013/09/10/remove-sharepoint-client-side-file-lock/


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This problems occurs because if any of the content type has required fields and donot containe default value. the document is automatically checked out. Remove the required fields in all content types and upload it will definelty works.



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