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You can create a library on root site which contains all the Policy documents. Than after you need to create a webpart to show policies to users like below. On the acceptance of any document, You need to insert the same document name with accepted (Current Login) user & current date time to any list. Once the user clicks on it, You must have to ...


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Crawl Rule https://eDocs/sites/FsOperation/*.doc, *.docx etc Exclude these path. Need to verify this as it is based on file extension Remove allowed file types from Search Service Application – GLOBAL IMPACT ACROSS complete Search Services Application Remove column which contains document text from crawled property list / managed property list – GLOBAL ...


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The answer is none. As @Waqas pointed out you need the Office Web App server, which is a separate product from SharePoint. If you were running Enterprise - you would have access to Excel and Visio services, Standard edition come with none of that. By default when you attempt to open a file it will it open in the supported desktop applications (i.e. work,...


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It depends where you want to Open & edit documents, in the browser using the Office Online server or you want to edit them on the local machine. Office Online Server is not configured by default, you have to setup a separate farm and connect it to the SharePoint server. Office Online Server Support Word, Exel, PowerPoints file types. if you have other ...


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According to a website I have found it's: Supported files for viewing: Word files: .doc, .dot, .dotx, .docx, .docm, .odt Powerpoint: .pot, .potm, .pps, .ppsm, .ppt, .pptm, .pptx, ppsx, .odp Excel .xls, .xlsx, .xlsm, .xlsb, .ods Supported files for viewing & editing: Word: .docx, .docm, .odt Excel: .xlsx, .xlsm, .xlsb, .ods ...


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If your prod environment is on-prem, and you are not worried about it moving to the cloud, you could take advantage of that and write an event receiver that will fire on ItemCheckingIn, which would allow you to do exactly what you are trying to do - run some validation code against the file in question and reject the check-in if necessary. However, your ...


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You could try to implement a Web Service that calls your client side code. You can then create a workflow via SharePoint Designer to call that Web Service on Check-In. If it passes, let it continue through the check-in process, if it fails, then reject the check-in. Working with Web Services in SharePoint Designer


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FOR CREATED BY: /_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Pages')/items(1)?$select=Author/Name,Author/Title&$expand=Author/Id FOR MODIFIED BY: /_api/web/lists/getbytitle('Pages')/items(1)?$select=Editor/Name,Editor/Title&$expand=Editor/Id I TRIED THIS QUERY. IT WILL GIVE YOU THE CREATED BY OR MODIFIED BY USER'S DISPLAY NAME


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Is there some reason the OOB SharePoint versioning and content approval process is not sufficient? By using versioning and content approval, you can restrict access to "draft" documents to the group of reviewers until they approve the document and publish a major version. Once the document is published as a major version, it would be available for any ...


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My problem was the names on the columns. Instead of naming them like I see them on the SharePoint site, I should have named them as the encoded name they have: "_x05de__x05e4__x05e8.....". Now it works


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Within the Library Settings for any of the libraries you have already created, you should find an option called "Save document library as template" under the "Permissions and Management" section. Click that and provide the required information. The next time you use Site Contents > Add an app, the template you just created should be toward the end of the ...


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I dealt with this a while ago and found that it is an issue that has no real fix. For me, the hyperlinks worked when I was in Internet Explorer but not in Chrome, so I installed the IETab application (and instructed other end users to install and use it as well). Using that allowed the hyperlinks to work in the Word web app while browsing in Chrome.


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Please check the full URL. The URL she is getting is the url of the library or the document. If it is document, probably document is having unique permission and thats why she is getting access denied. Try to check the permission of the document.


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If you want to update the Author for the documents than you can use the PowerShell command mentioned below. [Reflection.Assembly]::Load(“Microsoft.SharePoint, Version=12.0.0.0, Culture=neutral, PublicKeyToken=71e9bce111e9429c”) $SPSite = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPSite(http://yoursitename/site1/site2/) $SPWeb = $SPSite.OpenWeb() $SPList = $SPWeb....


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This scenario occurs if you have a one-way trust established and are performing a search with a user from the trusted domain. One Way Trust DiagramIn order to rectify this situation, you’ll have to configure your Search Service Application to store ACLs in Claims format. To do this, you’ll have to use PowerShell (credit goes to Sladecross for this). $...


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Please check this blog https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2344518 It will fix your issue.



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