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Out of the box, this isn’t possible. You can, however, restrict both download and printing with Information Rights Management for all users, but not for a group of users. And since there is a snipping tool and a print screen function on all operating systems, users can with a little effort still get the content of document and save it somewhere else. So this ...


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I think the best option is using the Open with Windows Explorer, you can copy multiple documents. Another option is, Using the 3rd party add-on, Download Multiple Documents. it is free. Lastly, you can use the PowerShell script to download multiple files.check this


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You won't be able to do that even if you disable the "Download a copy" button. If a customer can open files in a client application like Word or any kind of PDF viewer, that user will be able to save the files from there.


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Below code will create and update a document: public void UpdateAndCreateFile(SPWeb web) { try { SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { string TemplateUrl = string.Empty; try { TemplateUrl = "Your ...


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If I understand you correctly there are 5 metedata,columns that automatically created when the word document is created. In your word template on the insert tab, go to the "Quick Parts" and select document properties. If those fields are attached to your content type you should see them there. Add them to your Word Document template wherever you want then to ...


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Try this IF Block below: Code: if (file != null) { FileInformation fileInfo = file.OpenBinaryDirect(context, fileRef.ToString()); var fileName = Path.Combine(filePath,(string)listItem.File.Name); using (var fileStream = System.IO.File.Create(fileName)) { fileInfo.Stream.CopyTo(fileStream); } } Hope this will help you. ...


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I could be misunderstanding, but "'political' reasons" would imply that the browser allowed does not support this feature (No IE). What Erin L said is true. But if you are not allowed to map a drive, in Windows explorer perform the following changes to the URL http://yourfunkysite.com/sub-site/docLib/view/allitems.aspx becomes ...


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You could map a network drive to the library. In windows explorer, right click on Local Disk and select Map Network Drive. Click the "Connect to a web site" link. In the Add Network Location Wizard, Choose a custom network location, then enter the URL of your library.


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You can use JQuery to achive this. JSZip helps you to zip multiple files and then can be downloaded to your machine _spBodyOnLoadFunctionNames.push(“AddZipIcon”); function AddZipIcon() { // for SP online $(“.ms-qcb-root ul li:nth-child(3)”).each(function () { $(this).first().before(‘<li class=”ms-qcb-item”>’ + ‘<button class=”ms-qcb-button ...


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James' sync solution applies in Online when there's availability for OneDrive sync but in on-prem you can use the "Open with Explorer" from tool ribbon


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Why not Sync your document library to Windows explorer. When you then need to access any documents they will be there on your system already and still have connectivity to SharePoint. Go to your document library and click the sync button


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To list all master pages: Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue; Get-SPWebApplication | Get-SPSite -Limit All | Get-SPWeb -Limit All | Select Title, URL, MasterUrl To download a specific file / master page: $fromsite = "<your sp url>" $fromfile = "/_catalogs/masterpage/seattle.master" $tofile = ...


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You could always create your own download link, making use of the internal download application page in SharePoint. To create a link to download a video (or any other item that resides in the SharePoint), just create an good old anchor link as in my example and place in a script editor on a page. The key that makes this work is this part that allows you to ...



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