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When you get this type of requirement, you normally start with trying to understand what the real business case is. I mean, the security model in SharePoint is there for just that, security. When you get requirements trying to bypass it, you should be careful and really make sure to understand the real need. With that said, there are cases when you need to ...


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Usually the search site you're refering to, is a different site collection which doesn't have the same navigation as the site collection you're searching from. You can test this by adding a search query and see where you're result page is. If you see the following URL as the result page, then this is your case: ...


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Late answer but, The User Profile is not responsible in this case. SharePoint recognizes AD security groups and attaching permissions to these groups will cause the permissions to be granted to the User. Unfortunately, due to SharePoint caching the user's memberships on login, changes made to a security group are identified only after the cache has ...


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The code you posted is CSOM and doesn't work with JavaScript Using JavaScript you can do as follows var clientContext = new SP.ClientContext(siteUrl); var collGroup = clientContext.get_web().get_siteGroups(); clientContext.load(collGroup); clientContext.load(collGroup, 'Include(Users)'); clientContext.executeQueryAsync(function (sender, args) { var ...


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This is your lucky day, since it's always been quite hard do develop using PowerShell. However, the script has already been published and is free to use. You find the script here: List all Distribution Groups and their Membership in Office 365. ...


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To resolve this issue, change the Access Request list permissions. To do this, follow these steps: As a user who has the Manage Permissions Permission Level on the affected site and who also has access to the Access Requests list (for example, a Site Collection administrator), browse to the Access Requests list in Internet Explorer. Press F12 to open the ...


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Most likely your only option is to deploy a custom Item EventReceiver for synchronous operations like Adding, Updating and Deleting. You'd check the field and group memberships and cancel the event if anything is wrong with the combination. A custom security trimmed control also comes to mind as a to-do item. Seems too complex to bother actually. Why not ...


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Users must have permission to view item versions in order to edit an item that has 'Multiple line of text' column which uses 'Append Changes to Existing Text'. Contribute permission level has 'View Versions' permission by default but the permission levels can be modified by site collection admins. Check Contribute permission level and make sure 'View ...


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You can try to stop inheriting permission in the NewsFeed list and provide contribute access for all visitors to that list. This might give you an idea for the same.



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