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You can choose unique permissions for those two pages. Open pages library, select the page, from ribbon -> Files Tab -> Shared With Choose Advanced -> And From ribbon click on "Stop Inheriting Permission".. Now you can remove whoever you don't want to see the page.
You need to open the "Shared with" menu from ribbon, go to "Advanced settings" from there, "Remove Inheritance" from the edit permissions page that opens from there. Now you could add/remove users from this page. However I must suggest you to use groups of users (instead of individual users) to grant permissions here. So when you need to grant permissions ...
There are couples of things which you should confirm. install the SMTP server locally according to Office 365 settings You need SPO licensing for user " To setup your on-premise SharePoint server to use Exchange Online, you need to build SharePoint Online (SPO) accounts for those users and assign the appropriate SPO licenses." ...
You can configure Your SMTP setting for server from IIS IIS > select server > SMTP Email Enter your SMTP Server name,port and specify credential according your SMTP server
Looks like it just took a while for my changes to become active. The problem is gone now. I suspect one of the following resolved my issue but I'm not sure. $sts.MaxApplicationTokenCacheItems = 100000 $sts.MaxLogonTokenCacheItems = 100000 $sts.MaxServiceTokenCacheItems = 100000 Set-ADFSRelyingPartyTrust -Targetname "My_SharePoint_relying_party" ...
The Visual Studio tools for building Solution projects will only work if you have SharePoint installed on your development machine. The Visual Studio tools for building App/Add-In projects can be used with remote SharePoint sites (i.e. on your network or in the cloud). You mention the ClientContext so I should also discuss the different APIs. There is ...
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