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First, you can change the O365 landing page, but you can't specify a URL for the new landing page, it's a dropdown menu. See https://blogs.office.com/2014/09/18/new-office-365-home-page-fast-access-services/ for details. Second, this setting is a per-user one. An admin cannot change this setting for all or specific users at this time. As it's said in ...


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As the issue is reoccurring on a weekly basis it surely points out to a fault Timer Job. Please narrow down your ULS log and you'll find out the culprit. I read in a blog which I'll refer once I find the URL, there are couple of Jobs which can do this and out of them one is "Recycling Bin". You should surely set it to stop on Friday and see the result on ...


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SP2013 is a x64 only application, therefore also their dlls work only in applications built for x64. Verify in you Project properties that it ist built for platform target x64 (not "any cpu") and try again


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The below snippet can be helpful which is referred from How to Check if SharePoint Site Collection or Sub Site Exists //To Check if site collection - "Sales" exists at the Web Application's Explicit inclusion Managed Path - "Sales" - <a href="http://somesite.sharepoint.local/Sales">http://somesite.sharepoint.local/Sales</a> using (SPSite ...


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I have used One Drive for coping files from a site to a site collection and didn't have any problems with that. I had to ask users to close all documents first and I've disabled 'Edit' rights for everyone except Admin to avoid any syncing problems. Also, if you have Check in/out enabled you need to disable this for the move and enable it again after all ...


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I had the same problem and worked for me when I added my user as Site Collection Administrator.


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I dont think their is any way to peform the incremental backups on the Site collections level. The Backup-SPFarm cmdlet creates a backup for the entire farm or individual components within the farm. It can also be used to back up just the configuration settings of a farm to be used as a farm template for other SharePoint farms. If you want to back ...


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I know this is an old post but I compare current address to ('https://yourURL/_api/Web/FirstUniqueAncestorSecurableObject').d.Url. If they are equal, I assume I'm talking to the site collection. Please correct me if that is off base but I hope this may help someone in the future.


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Changing tenant URL for SharePoint Online is not possible (not right now at least). Only way to change change the URL of the private site collection (as in your case), is to cancel the old current Office 365 subscription and start with a new one. You'd have to look into ways to migrate content from domainA to domainB perhaps using some 3rd party migratio ...


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A related answer was posted here by Vadim Gremyachev. It turns out checking the IsSiteAdmin property on the current user object directly isn't a reliable result; instead, checking for the property on Site.RootWeb.SiteUserInfoList was a reliable approach for me. CurrentUser.IsSiteAdmin should be true but returns false Another way to determine whether ...


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I had the same problem and resolved it as follows: Run PowerShell with SharePoint modules Execute following command: Set-SPSite <URL> -owneralias "i:0#.w|< domain\user >" It looks like this is a bug which occures when the user profile import was not run correctly, the last thing I don't know yet, but it's my best guess


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There are two rights that control whether users can create a top-level Web site, subsites, or workspaces: Use Self-Service Site Creation and Create Subsites. See this Technet article for details. Also permissions are defined at the site collection level. For your case you will have to create a new permission level at the site collection where you don't ...


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Their are many things to think before the designing intranet site. Number of user usage type( collaboration, project management etc) security( unique permissions or shared), do you want HR employee access full site or vice versa. Storage Once you have above then you can design a site collections. You cant have a site collection in Site collection ...


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$webapp = get-spwebapplication "https://my.comp.com" $allsites = $webapp.Sites $ht = @{} foreach($msite in $allsites) { $ht.add($msite.Rootweb.Title, $msite.Allwebs.Count) } $ht.GetEnumerator() | Sort-Object -Property Name


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Once you use a Design Package to apply a new site branding, beware of removing it from your site as it might cause various issues across the site collection. Solution 1: In SharePoint 2013 you cannot uninstall an imported design package, and you should never attempt to deactivate a design package through the solution gallery. If you do, page layout content ...


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Timer-Jobs have to be deployed in farm scope and also run in that scope. You´d have to connect in your timer-job´s execute-method manually (or hardcoded or any configurable ways you´d like to provide) with the desired SPSite using (var site = new SPSite(URL); using (var web = site.openWeb()); { enter code here }


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Timer Job is executed through SharePoint Timer Services. So there is no concept of Site Collection Scope etc. You can say on which all servers (in case of multiple server farm) the job should be executed. This can be achieved using the constructor public CustomTimerJob(string jobName, SPService service): base(jobName, service, null, ...



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