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The easy way is to create a view with all the columns you are listing above and show the list view web part on the homepage. You can use JSLink to customize the UI (if you are looking for a fancy looking table) Here is a link on how to use JSLink to customize the OOTB list view https://code.msdn.microsoft.com/office/Client-side-rendering-JS-2ed3538a
Have you tried this Deactivate Sandbox Solution with PowerShell in Office 365 Also have a look to this link too, it contains the way to deactivate solution I am not sure about this as i haven't faced this problem but i guess it can help you.
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