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Since you don't have access to the variations features, you could just manually manage multiple versions of your page content, etc. For instance, in your Site Pages, create folders: en-US, fr-FR, etc. In the folders create a version of each site page in the corresponding languages. Then, as your main page, create some sort of language selector that ...


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I also implemented Custom workflow activity using sandbox solution. I am basically calling custom & outside domain WCF service which does some sorts of file IO operations and it usually takes longer to execute. I never encountered timeout issue with this so far. I agree with Chris that it may be the server where your code is executing is slow. I could ...


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Based on comments to the original question, the way in which the scripts are loaded on your page must be preventing SharePoint from initializing all of the standard JavaScript items on the page. Add your custom scripts one by one, and remember that you may need to use jQuery.ready, SP.SOD.ExecuteOrDelayUntilScriptLoaded(<yourscript>, "SP.js") // or ...


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I suggest you test with a domain not being used in production, but from what I gather, you just create the DNS records for Exchange and Lync to point to Microsoft's servers, and create the DNS records for the website to point to your web-hosting server. If your domain is through GoDaddy, there's an option to auto configure the Exchange/Lync records. We're ...


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I encountered the same problem… After reading many blogs, articles, presentations, code samples… etc I decided to develop/assemble an utility being able to set the necessary SSO Cookies in an unattended way for domain PCs and servers. After running the utility you will be able to mount the share without user intervention with the usual “net use…”. Maybe ...


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Finally, what we needed is to activate the Documents ID Feature in the site collection: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint-server-help/activate-and-configure-document-ids-in-a-site-collection-HA102773259.aspx Remember that after you activate it, you must wait, or force, the timer job (once a day) to run in order to have everything working as ...


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Yes you can achieve this using designer Workflow since SharePoint 2013 designer also supports creation of SP 2010 workflows. Create a Workflow with SharePoint 2010 workflow platform(Since 2013 workflows does not have impersonation step). In the workflow add an impersonation step. Inside impersonation step add Replace List item permissions action. Give the ...


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Find a different solution for files of that size, SharePoint cannot handle them.


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I do not think this is impossible, but you would need to make a Site feature for it using Visual Studios. Have it create your list and your columns when activated. You should be able to crawl to look up the user information using SPUserProfile Services. Then, create new columns with the information you get from each entry in your code. Something like this ...


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In SPD 2010 we had two actions for this purpose - pause workflow till date pause workflow for duration. You can use these to pause the workflow till the desired date and then send the mail. P.S., too many workflows in a paused state is not my favorite way of doing things.


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Activate daily backups for all selected users with office 365 domain. Backup for office 365 you gain all emails, daily automated backups and more. Easily export user data for local archive to recover without overwriting existing information data. http://www.cloudally.com/Blog/2013/03/12/office-365-do-we-need-to-backup-our-own-data/


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Disclaimer: I'm one of the devs of the Office 365 SDK for Android. As @Anders points, you please refer to the Office 365 SDK for Android to see how to authenticate against a Sharepoint Online. You need to authenticate against Azure Active Directory, and in order to do that, you have to create an Active Directory Application and set the correct permissions. ...


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There are couple of ways to show the default tab. Using query string: http://SiteUrl/page.aspx?InitialTabID=Ribbon.Read Update the tab using client side script. Check this out : http://sharepoint247.wordpress.com/2013/05/24/javascript-to-hide-or-select-specific-tabs-in-sharepoint-ribbon/


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I agree with @wjervis, doc sets are probably the way to go. You can edit your library, add the Document Set content type, and then add additional properties and such to the doc set. A doc set is a folder juiced up with more functionality/properties. Here's a good start into them: ...


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Office 365 is a cloud offering, you don't install it anywhere local. Subscription options can be found here.


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open both lists, both lists change the view to explorer view. now you should have two folders open. 1 is the first list (from) and 2 is the second list (to) copy or cut all files and folders (i would copy) from the first list folder (from) into the second list folder (to). Check to make sure everything is ok before removing the items from the first list ...


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In order to get the Link to Item with Menu functionality on a field other than Name (Title for lists), you can modify the CAML in Designer. Add the following to the field in the <ViewFields> element: ListItemMenu='TRUE'. For example, your title field would like like: <FieldRef Name='Title' ListItemMenu='TRUE' />


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You can try this solution: Open your site in SharePoint Designer, check out and open the default masterpage in advanced mode (assume it is seattle.master). Scroll down to ending </body> tag. Add the following block of code above: <SharePoint:ScriptBlock runat="server"> if (typeof jQuery == 'undefined') { document.write('<script ...


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At the moment, you would need to use jQuery. However, the Suite Bar in SPO has changed numerous times, so be prepared to make changes in response to those changes. The ability to customize the Suite Bar has been suggested in UserVoice. I suggest you add your vote there.


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I believe it is not new that the cloud is updated regularly and Office 365 has seen "16" references for quite a while now. I personally don't see the online versions as a specific version, but as the "online" version which may map to SharePoint 2013 at one time, but gradually evolve either to a new version of SharePoint, or as its own cloud product. Master ...


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The Cloud Service Office 365 is being updated regulary. The current SharePoint 2013 has the Version 15 and the next Generation of SharePoint is the Version 16. So in Office 365 you will find the first new Frontend Features of the next SharePoint On Premise Generation. Also in the SDK for SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 you will find the first new functions ...


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you can try to perform a quick repair the existing office installation. I don't recommend an online installation as it may reset the activation settings. for more understanding, I hope the below link should be useful for you. http://www.errosupport.com/office-2013-or-office-365-installation-error-something-went-wrong-2/


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It's the preparation for SP2016. Microsoft will release new SharePoint upgrades/features on O365 before the on-premise versions.


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This is one of those things that Microsoft should have made better, but hasn't yet. I tried your way, and extended it further by deleting the default content type from the library after I've added my new custom content type to the library. The new button fails, and you get an upload dialog instead. Very bad User Experience since I wanted to create a new ...


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Seems like a simple enough work around was to add a zero to the beginning of the string in the workflow email seeing as its a phone number it will always begin with 0


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The REST api does not provide for uploading multiple files in a single call. You would need to write your javascript to loop thru the collection of files and issue individual calls. Scot Hillier has a post which contains utility functions to do most of the work: ...


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This is a manual job as far as I know in SPO. On premise you can use PowerShell.


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Here are instructions for 2007 but i am sure will work for 2013 designer. Now open your sharepoint designer. Go to your list Go to where your newform.aspx or editform.aspx exists. now go & delete all the files which are not working properly. Now create a custom page using designer. now give a name to it as EditForm.aspx Now create a table & place ...


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Go into design manager under site settings>look and feel. Go to 3. Upload Design Files. Map the displayed URL to a network drive. Go into the mapped drive and open design templates>search and open the file called 'Control_SearchBox' (The HTML file, not the .JS) in notepad, or whatever you prefer for editing HTML. On line 24 the value for the prompt is ...


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One OOTB method is to configure the search navigation in the site settings (Site Settings > Search Settings). Create a search link, and the search input value becomes "Search ". For example, these are my search links: The first item is 'Everything', so it'll be the default value shown when the page is loaded (the rest are available via drop down). Se ...


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The SharePoint Online PowerShell Module is extremely limited. As for CSOM, it seems that the UserProfiles namespace does not include any classes or methods to set the subtype.


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I got the issue resolved by using view state for the Context Token property public string ContextToken { get { return ViewState["ContextToken"] != null ? Convert.ToString(ViewState["ContextToken"]) : String.Empty; } set { if (value != null) { ...


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If you download and edit the Masterpage through the web UI, you could add a button or link that goes back one page. The button could look like anything as long as it calls a function like: function goBack(){ history.go(-1); } Source Then you re-upload the Masterpage with the same file name. When making the button/link you can either place it ...


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You are correct that you cannot publish an app to the store that requests FullControl. However, you can upload any app to the App Catalog in your tenancy. (Also, be aware that Autohosted apps have been discontinued. MSDN has guidance on transitioning to Provider-hosted.)


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I’ve tested the Term Store by creating a new group, new term set and new terms. I’ve added term set to a list with some test data. I’ve also created filters based on the terms and had it running for little over an hour without any problem. In March there where others with issues with Term Store, posted to Microsoft Support and the Office 365 Community. ...


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You have two options: Audience Targeting If you only want the web part to be visible to users in the community's owners and moderators groups (as you mentioned in your comment beneath your post), you can enter these group names into the "Audiences" property in the web part properties tool pane. Pros: This approach is dead simple, and the web part won't be ...


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Unfortunately this is a known issue, and not possible to overcome in todays version: There are some group policies that control the Backstage area, but they are mostly all or nothing, removing all SharePoint referencing not just the Office 365 ones. The workaround below should remove the O365 SharePoint on line content from the Office Save As screen ...


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The community tools web part, is part of the site template and not intendet to be edited. These links have been selected by the development team of the community feature to make management simpler. Editing the web part isn't supported. One option to overcome the problem is to delete the Community Tools Web Part and customise a Content Editor web part making ...


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Yes, you can use "Quick Parts" inside of Word to display column values from SharePoint. You will need to create all the column information you need for the document library, and create the Word template for this document library. You can then "Insert > Quick Parts" from inside of Word and your columns will be shown as options to insert into your Word ...


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I tried your issue and unable to reproduce it. I use an Enterprise E3 license and on my team site I have checked the default behaviour in advanced settings: To enable editing I need to switch from viewing to editing before start: When this is done, it works like a charm. But I don't use Power View - which I'm afraid to say isn't supported: You can ...


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If you have connected the SharePoint Document library to Office using the Connect to Office button - it will show up as an option in your recent view of Office. But the best option IMHO is to teach users not to start Word and then save, but do it the other way around. Let them learn how to create a new file from the document library where they want to ...


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If I where you I would set up a new Site Collection with the Business Intelligence Center template and start to configure it using the guide Set up a BI Center site in SharePoint Online. Then I would continue to read Business intelligence capabilities in Excel, SharePoint Online, and Power BI for Office 365 to see what my options are. If I need to evaluate ...


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I wouldn't use metadata to do a workaround on permission when you already have item level permission built in. By default your documents inherit site permission and those with sufficient permission can read, update and delete documents. But if you want specific permission on a document, edit sharing the following way. Select Shared With Click Advanced ...


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I did some test and found the following having SharePoint Site Collection Feature SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure active and Site Feature SharePoint Server Publishing Deactivated. When you drag-and-drop a document to the document library with a required field, it uploads just fine without gettig the Edit Propoerty Dialog. My guess is that you ...


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It's supported if you have the correct service upgrade: The URL of Exchange Online Web Service is a URL like "https://" + "Server name" + "/EWS/Exchange.amsx" for example, https://pod51024.outlook.com/ews/exchange.amsx. You can refer to the steps below to find the URL of exchange web service in your mailbox. Logon to your e-mail ...


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Try creating a website in Azure and publish the appweb file there. Then make sure that the app file is pointing to that site which will be .azurewebsites.net. Also make sure that the app has the relevent rights and permissions


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You needed to configure the Azure website with the client id and client secret. As explained to the following blog


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The follow App permission will do <AppPermissionRequests AllowAppOnlyPolicy="false"> <AppPermissionRequest Scope="http://sharepoint/content/sitecollection/web" Right="Read" /> </AppPermissionRequests>


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The same is possible in Office 365. Just go to your site collection where the app resides that you want to revoke access. Go to Site Settings, and in the User and Persmissions group, follow the link to Site app permissions. From that page you can easely revoke access to any app within your site collection. You can also access the page directly using ...


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The url format for My Sites is: https://<tenant>-my.sharepoint.com/PersonImmersive.aspx?accountname=<account name> Account name follows the following format: i%3A0%23.f%7Cmembership%7C<user>%40<tenant>.onmicrosoft.com Which, when decoded, looks like: i:0#.f|membership|user@tenant.onmicrosoft.com As per your comment, ...



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