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As per your requirement there is no direct solution there is a work around you can do, you need to create any document library name it as X and follow the steps below: Enable content organizer feature on site. That will create a Drop off library on site which will be used to route the documents to your specified folders. For content organizer here is ...
If you really dont want Limited access feature in your site, deactivate the Limited-access user permission lockdown mode feature. And check if you still face that issue.
Sure, you can always brake the inheritance of a folder and assign unique permissions. See my other answer to a similar question: How to make a file read only in a folder?
You click the little ... ellipsis menu on the folder and click Share. From that pop up, click Shared With and from there click Advanced. On the corresponding screen, click the Stop Inheriting Permissions button to break permissions inheritance from the parent (the library). Set permissions as desired.
I too tried creating a folder using REST API as mentioned in MSDN site. I too faced the same issue, folder is getting created but when i view the properties of the folder the Name field is empty, but while editing the same, Name field gets the folder name as value. To investigate more on it i just tried creating a sample folder through UI directly and tried ...
While I realize this response is very delayed, it may help the next person. I am understanding this question as follows: A filter has been applied to an attribute of a folder, and while the folders filter properly in the view, the contents of the folder do not display when a specific folder is accessed. This is very easy. Modify the view, expand the ...
Since the folders will be mostly static, you could add a dropdown with all the folder names and require that users the select the correct folder. Then with a workflow, if the folder they put it in doesn't match the dropdown selection, copy the file into the dropdown folder and delete the original. Though I really think, on principle, if the number of people ...
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