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You can't do this with the out-of-the-box view. I think you will need to either program it yourself or look for third-party solution. BTW: I agree that duplicating the documents is out of the question. This will only lead to major confusion.


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Since you have selected Kunde as the column by which grouping is done, All the values entered in Kunde column will be a particular group. That is the default behaviour of grouping by columns. Now if you want to have document present in both group, add the document twice, one by selecting BBraun and next time by selecting SealTest. Or if you wish the user ...


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I don't know what you are passing in $web. But If you groups from specific subsite than you need to give specific subsite URL in your $web to get all groups for given subsite URL. UPDATED CODE //Pass Subsite URL to get only subsite groups $web = Get-SPWeb http://server/sites/yourSubSite function GetWebGroups($web){ ...


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Answers of your questions: You will need FullControl permission to create group. No. You can take reference from here. No. SharePoint uses an App Only context it really doesn’t matter what rights the end user has on the content – all that matters is what rights have been granted to the App. Because the App can effectively run with elevated privileges ...


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The similar names (OneDrive consumer and OneDrive for Business) can sometimes cause a bit of confusion. The groups link only applies to OneDrive consumer. There is a new, different Groups feature in SharePoint Online, but that may or may not be available to you as they are restricted based on the licenses you have purchased and are assigned. For the first ...


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Have come across this in one environment. We tried to solve it with MS Support, but were not successful. The last thing MS said was that SharePoint was OK, it was just getting wrong token from the AD - so the error was outside SharePoint in our case. They did not provide us with root cause analysis anyway, so we still are facing this issue and using ...


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You must need the below bas permissions to perform SharePoint group creations and managing permission. Create a custom permission level with the following base permissions and assign it accordingly. List Permissions Add Items - Add items to lists and add documents to document libraries. Edit Items - Edit items in lists, edit documents in document ...


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You can try the below mentioned script. This will list user with all its memebership. $user = Get-SPUser -Web https://http://server/sites/yoursite | Where{$_.LoginName -LIKE "*|domain\user"} $User Get-SPSite http://server/sites/yoursite -Limit All | Select -ExpandProperty RootWeb | Select -ExpandProperty SiteUsers | Where {user.UserLogin -EQ ...



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