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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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Mihail's solution works, but if you really want to make it yourself very easy, I would suggest just giving contributors permission to edit their own items and make all others invisible. You can do that by doing the following: Go to the advanced settings of your list, go to item level permissions and select "Read items that were created by user" + "Create ...


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I am going to propose a solution that assumes that your list has a person field named Employee and that you have a group called Managers. What you need: A list view called My Employee Info that is filtered to display only the items where the Employee is equal to [Me]. A list workflow that sets unique permissions for each item. The workflow should provide ...


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At the end I had to do a very dirty work. I added a js to the JsLink and overrode some functions: SP.UI.ApplicationPages.ItemBuilder.prototype.$4N_0 SP.UI.ApplicationPages.ItemBuilder.prototype.$8D_0 SP.UI.ApplicationPages.ItemBuilder.prototype.$5n_0 SP.UI.ApplicationPages.SummaryCalendarView.prototype.renderGrids ...



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