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You can use this URL : http://rootsite/_api/Web/webs?$expand=Lists/RootFolder&$select=Lists/RootFolder/ServerRelativeURL. This will return the subwebs along with the lists property expanded for each subweb. The Lists property will return all the lists and libraries associated with the subsite.


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In one of the most recent updates to the SharePoint Online Management shell, https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=35588, they introduced a new commandlet called Request-SPOPersonalSite. You simply supply a list of no more than 200 users, and it will preprovision their OneDrives.


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You cannot change the mappings to AD or create new mappings in SharePoint Online. SharePoint Online follows the same default set of mapped AD attributes that on-prem SharePoint uses: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/Hh147510.aspx Azure AD Connect tool has improved a lot and now lets you sync custom AD attributes with Azure AD (it used to only ...


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Try this one: /_api/Web/Lists?$select=Title,RootFolder/ServerRelativeUrl&$expand=RootFolder Then iterate all results and select list.RootFolder.ServerRelativeUrl.


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I just checked the O365 catalog, alle Enterprise plans include SharePoint. The following O365 plans include SharePoint according to the O365 catalog: Enterprise E1, E3, E4 Business Essentials, Business Premium, Business If you just want SharePoint, you can also subscribe to SharePoint Online Plan 1 or 2. The URL for the catalog: ...


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You can't customise either the landing page or the app launcher directly. You can however change what apps are displayed by making them available or not available to your users as the case might be. For the Mail/Calendar/People apps, you can remove people's access to them by removing their Exchange Online license. Assuming you have an E1/E3/E4 style ...


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You need three additional headers: "X-RequestDigest":"value" A unique security token to validate your requests. "X-HTTP-Method": "MERGE" To indicate that you're performing an update "If-Match":* To handle concurrent requests. This actually has 2 values viz. item.__metadata.etag representing the actual item tag and * to handle any value. As an example ...


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The issue is because the Subscription Plan in the Tenant site does not Support Content Search Web Parts. May be the error should have been “ Your Subscription plan cannot activate the feature.” :) Learning : Check the Service Description of the SharePoint o365 Plans before troubleshooting .


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In your comments you say you have made an attempt but can't break permissions inheritance in your workflow. The answer to your question is yes, you can break permissions inheritance via the REST API from your SharePoint Designer workflow. You will need to use the "Call HTTP Web Service" activity in your workflow and your URL will look like: ...


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Although disabled through the UI since SP2010 you can still Group By ContentType. Full explanation at: http://joelblogs.co.uk/2011/10/29/restoring-group-by-content-type-to-sharepoint-2010-list-views/ There are 2 Methods described; Joel uses a Feature, I prefer adding the code to EditView.aspx page with TamperMonkey/GreaseMonkey (no equivalent for IE), ...


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Create a powershell script which reads the csv as input. Get the List items by id and check if they are equal to the information from your csv. If not, make an update on the item. Do this for every item. If you need some powershell sharepoint references: http://www.itunity.com/article/completing-basic-operations-sharepoint-csom-api-powershell-1278


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Go to office365 admin>Sharepoint>Setting>Custom Script>enable it


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I know this question is old but it might help someone doing Research on this. I recently wrote a script to figure out access rights and found something that might help. Here is a simplified Version from the object model to illustrate what i mean: Web -----> RoleAssignments -----> Member -------> ...



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