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If your user is a Office 365 subscriber in your test site, then yes. Add the user in Office 365 Admin Center. If you share your site with an external user, who signs in with another O365 account or a Live-ID, then no. Add the user through the "Share" button in the upper right corner.


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The error: The user does not exist or is not unique most probably occurs since user could not be found. The list of methods that could be utilized for removing a user from group: SP.UserCollection.remove SP.UserCollection.removeById SP.UserCollection.removeByLoginName The following examples demonstrate how to remove User from Group using ...


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A valid admin site in Office 365 is always https://tenant-admin.sharepoint.com Tenant is the .onmicrosoft.com name that you choose when registering for a subscription. Tenant Account Setup Whether you choose a vanity domain, change the name of your public website, the admin url always remains: https://tenant-admin.sharepoint.com


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In the master page file, add the following line just before closing the <head> tag. <SharePoint:CssRegistration ID="CssRegistration" Name="http://maxcdn.bootstrapcdn.com/font-awesome/4.1.0/css/font-awesome.min.css" After="corev15.css" runat="server" /> </head>


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The plugin allows you to have a better experience with Microsoft SharePoint Typical file path: C:\Program Files\microsoft office 15\root\office15\npspwrap.dll Mozilla plugins Microsoft SharePoint Plug-in for Firefox Google Chrome plugins Stored per user in the directory 'Google\Chrome\User Data\Default\Preferences' Name: 'NPSPWRAP.DLL' ...


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You could use an external user, which you don't have to pay for. An external user...: can use Office Web Apps for viewing and editing documents. If your plan includes Office Pro Plus, they will not have the licenses to install the desktop version of Office on their own computers. inherit the use rights of the Office 365 customer who is inviting them ...


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Keep me signed in uses cookies to keep a user signed in...so this is only an issue for users who share their computer with other users. In situations where users are sharing computers it should already be standard policy to log out of any sensitive apps and accounts that shouldn't be accessible to other users... I don't see any real security flaw here. ...


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You should definitely get an Office 365 developer subscription. The subscription is pre-configured for development purposes (using the developer site collection as the default), and includes all of the features of the top tier enterprise solution (publishing features, InfoPath forms support, etc). Plus you get access to the full Office 365 application suite ...


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The problem is that window.showModalDialog was deprecated and was removed from Chrome (and likely WebKit, which explains Safari). It works in IE11 and Firefox, and should have no trouble in any version of IE. Easiest workaround: just type in the box. The popup does essentially nothing in this case. It just takes the text from the popup window and puts it in ...


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You can use following expression contains(concat(my:field2, ","), concat(my:field1, ",")) I have tested following use cases Field2 = "1,12,123,1234" Field = "1" Field = "12" Field = "123" Field = "1234"


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This may be caused by not having resource quota on the site collection where the sandboxed solution is. Check by accessing SharePoint Admin Center, and see if you have resource quota for that site collection. Check in the list of site collections or the property page: If you have resource quota for your site collection, then you may be using the Update ...


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Got it! You have to make your host Body field to interact with App's IFrame It's a matter of registering listeners on message on the Host Page so it can listen to the App's IFrame message. Note: In this case, I've registered listeners on both App and on the Blog Post. In [HOST]: I edited the New Post page and added the Script Editor webpart. Below is the ...


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Go to your site collection > site settings page and activate the following Site Features (in this order) Search Server Web Parts and Templates SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure Go to a blog post and edit the page. Add the Content Editor Web Part and edit it's source toi iFrame your content. Paste your iFramed Facebook Source code ...


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Another option In O365 if you are using OWA you can create calendars directly in the interface and share the calendar. Go to the Calendar interface and create a new calendar with the "+" icon In the upper right hand corner - select Share Add the users or groups you will share with and they will get an email. The email will contain a link to the ...


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One way of accomplishing half of your question is to make a Calendar in a SharePoint site that everyone in your organization has access to. Assuming someone can view the calendar app in said SharePoint site, the "Connect to Outlook" button in the Calendar tab of the Calendar app will sync the calendar with Outlook 2013. I didn't have any luck getting the ...


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There is a way to block users form site settings, but not for the People and Group option only. You could of course hide the link with jQuery, but they would still have access to the page https://siteCollectionURL/_layouts/15/groups.aspx where they can see all groups. Blocking users is done in these 3 steps: On the Site Settings page, select shared with ...


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The following example demonstrates how to distinguish a "regular" users in Web.SiteUsers: public static IEnumerable<User> LoadUsers(ClientContext context) { var users = context.LoadQuery(context.Web.SiteUsers.Where(u => u.PrincipalType == PrincipalType.User && u.UserId.NameIdIssuer == "urn:federation:microsoftonline")); ...


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What you can do is to share with external user that are managed by an Azure AD. The user won't be able to get full coverage of all office 365 features but to create just test users I think it is might an option. You will find more information on how to do this here: How to use external users in SharePoint Online (with a cost-free Azure Active Directory)


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I believe the groups under O365 Admin center are Azure AD groups. You can use them for audience targeting and to assign permissions in SharePoint. Exchange distribution lists are merely mailing lists. They are used only in Exchange; they cannot be used to assign permissions in SharePoint. Given the purpose of distribution groups, an email is necessary. ...


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You can change this behaviour using Site Navigation Settings Open Site Settings Click on Navigation Uncheck "Show pages" from Global Navigation section Click Ok


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You can edit the Search Results Web Part. Then from the web part properties, click on Change Query. Now in the popup modal window, click on "Advanced Mode". In Query text, you can use {SearchBoxQuery}*


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This services is not available in the SharePoint Online. currently they are offering this on-prem only. For complete list of features available on O365 please check this. http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/5e1ee081-cab8-4c1b-9783-21c38ddcb8b0#bkmk_tableo365


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Open the site in SharePoint designer Edit the current master page and add following before </head> <SharePoint:CssRegistration ID="CssRegistration1" name="<% $SPUrl:~SiteCollection/SiteAssets/suitebar.css %>" Save and publish the master page


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When a Term Store(Taxonomy) is created it has its own permission level. Check whether the user context which your are using has permission to the Taxonomy or not. See the picture I have attached.


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So, after quite some time, MS Support answered that the issue is the following: The site I want to build a workflow in was originally created in BPOS-S and later migrated to SharePoint Online. The SharePoint App model uses the OAuth standard to authorize apps to communicate with SharePoint. OAuth requires that relying parties identify themselves with a ...



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