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You can use Powershell to reset inheritance $webUrl = "http://mycoolsite" $web = Get-SPWeb $webUrl $list = $web.Lists["mycoollib"] foreach ($item in $list.items) { $item.ResetRoleInheritance() } Also to get items that do not inherit permission you can use following powershell script $web = Get-SPWeb "http://mycoolsite" $list = $...


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If you place the parent library on web part page set with the view you want, you can export that view. The option to export should be in the dropdown that allows you to edit the web part. You can the upload it to the web part gallery.


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Another workaround is to take the complete site backup. Then restore it in Production as a different site. Then use Content And Structure to move the libraries to proper place.


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You can use InfoPath to create different forms for List entry and editing, but not for Libraries. You can view this thread for more details https://blogs.msdn.microsoft.com/infopath/2009/12/17/customize-a-sharepoint-list-form-using-infopath-2010/#comments Laura from InfoPath team commented on this We don’t support customizing document library forms in ...


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OK, if we don't have tagging and we don't have Designer for custom scripts, then we are left with some workaround. We can have a column as Mark with radio button Yes or No. User can select Yes to mark the particular document. Once marked, we can have a view to filter data based on MARK column and can show data with MARK as yes on a webpart. Other than this ...



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