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While Mapping a Drive to SharePoint Online it fails with below error. The Mapped Network Drive could not be created because the following error has occurred. 'Access Denied'. Before opening files in this location, you must first add the web site to your trusted sites list, browse to the web site and select the option to login Automatically. Resolution ...


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After serious investigation I fear there is no such option when limited to JavaScript. An attachment cannot be added directly to an e-mail. An alternative would be to add the URL of the document you want to send to the body of the e-mail.


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Just to tag on to the other answer Full Control - exactly what it sounds like Design - Can create lists, documents, edit pages, etc. Contribute - Can add, edit, and delete items Read - read only access. Can view items and pages. Limited - granular level permissions. More detail here - ...


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You can create a new permission using specific permission level. Maybe you can call it "Add and View" or something similar. In the site collection site settings, you can create a new permission level that you get to pick and choose the permissions you want the user with it to have. Site Settings -> Users and Permissions -> Site Permissions Manage -> ...


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After some experimenting based on the answer provided by C. Marius I've come to the following conclusion: If you are using ItemUpdating: public override void ItemUpdating(SPItemEventProperties properties) { if (properties.ListItem != null && properties.ListItem.ModerationInformation != null && ...


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The problem with associating templates with content types is the SharePoint wants to create the new document in the SharePoint library, a result requested not to happen. In the Library Tabs bar at the top of the SharePoint Library, go into the Library Tools -> Library tab. Then in the Connect & Export section of that tab is Open With Explorer button ...


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I think a custom expiration policy could solve your issue, as described here or here. In your custom solution you can send a mail / assign a task to the last editor / creator of the document when it is older than the desired lifetime. You can change a status flag on the document itself that you can use on the UI to filter the documents and / or assign ...


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I always employ the drag and drop method suggested by Tom. Easiest enough for my end users to do themselves and I still have the version history.


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Edit the page of AllItems.aspx in SharePoint Designer and then edit the webpart. You will find the JSLink option on the webpart inside AllItems.aspx for that webpart. Alternatively, you can click the Library Tab, then "Form Web Parts" -> "Default Display Form" to edit the webpart of the default display form (AllItems.aspx). The JSLink will be in the webpart ...


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If tabular view option is not available from UI. You can try setting it using PowerShell. Follwoing is the samele code: $spWeb = Get-SPWeb 'siteUrl' $spList = $spWeb.Lists['ListName'] $spView = $spList.Views["View_Name"] $spView.TabularView = $true $spView.Update()


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My team had the exact issue that you're describing and they resolved it by adding SourceID property to site columns which are a part of content type. Unfortunately, there is no more information on our team wiki about this issue, so I do not know why this is happening.


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Their are couple of ways to download the documents from SharePoint Document library. Using the Explorer view, you can drag and drop the documents to local directory. UNC mapping to the SharePoint document library and drag/drop documents to a file share. You could refer this blog for details. This is simplest way but it will not display files that exceed ...


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Try this codeplex solution or this one They are applicatiosn that connect to the SharePoint content Database and extract the files. They aren't targeted at the 2013 version but should work with a few modifications. These programs have the benefit of needing only the Content Database, as opposed to a working farm.



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