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You are able to do it with custom permission levels. http://www.sharepointdiary.com/2013/05/how-to-create-new-permission-level-in-sharepoint-2010.html Link is for SharePoint 2010, however 2013 won't be too different. Rename file is not one of the options though. However, If a user cannot delete a file, they should not be able to rename it either. Try a ...
It behaves that way because that is how the search display template works, if it has a title, it shows it, otherwise it falls back to the file name. Title is by far one of the highest ranking priorities in the search algorithm. If you find your results lacking, giving documents accurate title is the best way to boost relevancy. Name is the file name, title ...
For the first part of your problem (leaving the files available for reading and not for editing) there is a much easier way which is by design. The assumed scenario is that all those files are word/powerpoint/excel documents (not PDF) It is best implemented when you have Office Web Application so you can set the security to VIEW ONLY (view on Office web ...
I know this is an old thread, but after spending a good while looking about I found an OOTB SharePoint Designer 2010 solution for this problem. To move a document to a different folder create an SPD2010 workflow and use the Update Item action to change the path and name of the document. After inserting the update list item action click on the "this list" ...
I forgot to check-in the documents. Thanks kesava
there is an existing post which i tried and worked fine. you can also use the same logic by additionally checking the file type. Reference Link
I had this problem and i resolved it by deleting the file (word file) custom XML (SharePoint properties) and adding them again using the SharePoint property page
The simplest approach is to secure the document to just yourself. Then it will only appear in YOUR results and no one else.
If it is just one document in a document library of many files, I would go into Central Admin and create a Search Exclusion rule for the file and it won't appear in the index. It might be listed as Remove Search Results, I only have 2010 on prem atm and 2013 delivered via Office 365 so I can't verify the exact language in Central Admin of 2013 on prem. An ...
Had the same Problem, found this Solution: http://wowsomuch.com/sharepoint/opening-office-templates-dotx-sharepoint-document-library/
You can also try 3-rd party tool from Virto - SharePoint Copy Move. It will allow you to move one or multiple files from one directory to another and even within site collections and save your versions history. Hope it will help!
You can use also 3-rd party tool to move documents with their versions - e.x. SharePoint Copy & Move Files. Althought this is paid version, it has 30 days trial, so you can test everything.
I have created a script iterating through all Document Libraries checking for difference in filesize between what SharePoint thinks and how big the file in the Database really is. Im also doing a try/catch so make sure I don't miss any totally corrupt files. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -erroraction SilentlyContinue ...
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