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This was a simple compatibility issue. I went to Tools, Compatibility View Settings, and Selected Add to add the website. That resolved the error and allowed me to add a group.


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The View Filter can not do (x OR y) AND z it does: x OR y AND z So you have to move part of the logic into a Boolean type Calculated Column DocumentTypeFilter =OR( [DocumentType]="Dashboard" , [DocumentType]="Supporting Detail" ) And use DocumentTypeFilter=True in the View Filter You can not use [Today] in a Calculated Column, because those ...


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You can edit the page and add a webpart to the page where you can then add your description. The only down side to doing this is that you will then loose your library tabs when first going to the page unless you click within the library on the page whenever you go to the page.


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The link you refer has your answer, with only a small tweak, if you are in SP2013. Your url should be as follows: https://yoursite/_layouts/15/Upload.aspx?List={XXXXXXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXXXXXXXXXX} Note that 2013 uses /_layouts/15/Upload.aspx, whereas 2010 used /_layouts/Upload.aspx. You can get your library guid by going to the list settings for the ...


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Provided script examples and methods will work if you do not have versioning enabled in a library. Adding something like that for each item will count versions size: $versions_size = 0; foreach($v in $item.Versions) { if (!$v.IsCurrentVersion) { $versions_size += $v.FileVersion.Size; } } Note, that "current version" in Versions collection ...


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The !New icon will show by default for 2 days after the item is added. It can be modified to be longer or sorter. stsadm.exe -o setproperty -pn days-to-show-new-icon -pv [number_of_days] -url [servername] http://sympmarc.com/2008/08/05/new-item-icon/


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The default setting for SharePoint 2013 is two days, which you can check using this script: $WebApp = Get-SPWebApplication http://portal $WebApp.DaysToShowNewIndicator 2 You can change the number of days the same way: $WebApp.DaysToShowNewIndicator = 5 $WebApp.DaysToShowNewIndicator 5 Reference: NEW INDICATOR IN SHAREPOINT LISTS AND LIBRARIES – NUMBER ...


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Method 1: Go to Central administration > Manage service applications > Search service application > Crawl rules . Use the belwo configuration and create a crawl rule. Path = ://*/AllItems.aspx Crawl configuration = Exclude all items in this path (check “Exclude complex URLs (URLs that contain question marks – ?)”) Specify authentication = Use the ...


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For me it excluding AllItems.aspx was a hit and miss. Have a look here http://practicalsharepoint2010.blogspot.com.es/2011/12/search-configuration-best-practices.html maybe it will work for you. When using this approach for some reason on the SP2010 I still had problems with crawling infoPath form libraries.


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You can't create a library within a library. Why not make a Web Part Page and have it show the two libraries?


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Not possible through out of box methods; the behavior is hard wired. Speculation: You probably could get behavior like what you describe by creating a date & time column in the library and using a custom coded Event Receiver to update the date/time in that column when a file is changed.


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A potential reason why a list no longer appears in SharePoint Designer after you mark it as hidden is usually when the permission level for your user account do not allow you to see hidden lists. This happens for example, when you are site owner (full control), but not site collection administrator. In order to set the list back to visible you (or someone ...


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Why code? Documents are in a SharePoint Library so you can create a View which displays the single last document. If you library is on another site in your Site-Collection you have to use the Content Query Web Part to create that View. Same principle, sort descending, only display one item/document.


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You can embed simple JS via Script Editor that will calculate link for the latest document. Code may look like: <div id="document-link"></div> <script> var baseUrl = location.protocol + "//" + location.host ; var odataUrl = baseUrl + ...


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It seems unattainable as hyperlinks are static and the files are constantly changing. The easiest way out is to create a folder before the document and assign the folder hyperlink instead. For automated and more complicated way, you will need to use code wherein the hyperlink is generated on page load. The link will be based on the latest ModifiedBy value ...


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I think the best way to achieve this is by using PowerShell Script. Check this one : https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/office/SharePoint-Permission-2840f327 It's a script that checks for a specific user access, but you can easily adapt it to target your libraries only and get permissions for all users.


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I only know how to do this using InfoPath - create a rule pertaining to the yes/no column based on the value...populate the drop down according to the rule. Hope this helps...



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