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In Central Administration, navigate to Manage Web Applications. Highlight the Web Application you're uploading to, then click on Blocked File Types in the ribbon. Find the file type, in this case json, and remove it, then click OK. That should allow you to upload json files, unless there are restrictions imposed elsewhere (e.g. IIS Request Filtering).


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You can try following script to rename provider. I have used it while migrating one domain to separate domain. Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.Powershell $web = Get-SPWeb -identity "http://Web Application URL" $user = $null $newuserID = $null $OlduserID = $null $OlduserID = 'i:0#.f|provider_old\{LoginName}' $newuserID = ...


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There's definitely no differences in this area (what I call the "core SharePoint API") between Foundation and Server. The problem is clearly elsewhere. Do you get an error, or simply nothing happens? I bet the latter, and consequently the problem would be in SiteExists(sSiteUrl). Are you sure sSiteUrl is a different one the second run? Can't you have a ...


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If you enable the audit logging on your site collection level then you can track it. You can use the audit feature of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 to track which users have taken what actions on the sites, content types, lists, libraries, list items, and library files of site collections If not, enable it now so you will get future ...


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I see that you use SharePoint online. So It's possible, but you don't set it at library level. Instead it should be set at site collection level. Just go to Site Collection Administration - > Site collection audit settings and select interesting events for you. After that you can generate report with Site Collection Administration - > Audit log reports


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To change the icon URL for a subsite, change the Logo URL property in the subsite's > site settings > Title, Description and Icon page. Just remember that the users of the subsite must also have read permissions to the place where you store the image.


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If your trying to change the URL to point to another page but keep the same logo. You can go to the URL page you want and select and in the page ribbon select Make Homepage from the Page Actions. This will change the URL the logo leads to for your subsite.


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In SharePoint 2013, JSON format is blocked from Central Admin. Below is the list of blocked format (by default) in SharePoint 2013: Manage Blocked F There are two work around for this problem. First one: Verify that you have the following administrative credentials. --You must be a farm administrator on the server. In Central Administration, ...



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