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If the user has deleted anything in the site, it will be in recycle bin. But if the file is removed from the recycle bin, then it will be stored anywhere. If you are looking for default pages from the "site pages" library, then it is not a problem. You can get it from the another site/ site collection "site pages" library which is using the same site ...
So from my point of view you have a few things you need to do here. If you don't want to use your site's task list, create a new task list, otherwise you can use the one currently on your site. Create a new SharePoint 2013 WF and attach to your document library. Configure it to run when an item is added My suggestion is to add the step "Wait for Field ...
The Developer dashboard would definitely give you good inputs about what takes time when displaying a page. Enable it from PowerShell: $svc = [Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPWebService]::ContentService $dds = $svc.DeveloperDashboardSettings $dds.DisplayLevel = "On" $dds.Update() And then make it appear from the UI (new icon appears in the ...
This may not be the answer you are looking for, but you can create views of documents (with metadata) without the maps.
This script will add folder to any library: var list = ctx.Web.Lists.GetByTitle(listName); var folder = list.RootFolder; ctx.Load(folder); ctx.ExecuteQuery(); folder = folder.Folders.Add(folderName); ctx.ExecuteQuery();
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 ...
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.
When you create a document library, it by default, inherits permissions from the parent site. This means all the groups continue to have the same access on the doc lib that they have on parent site. However, you can set unique permissions on a doc lib and set necessary access to selected groups. Manage permissions for a list, library, folder, document, or ...
I've seen this issue a couple of times before and in those case it had to do with file size being accessed through Windows Explorer. In order to make SharePoint library content appear as a file/folder hierarchy in Windows Explorer and allow you to manipulate these files, Windows machine uses the Windows Client Service to interact with SharePoint. This ...
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