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If it's posible. Here are the steps: Create a list in the root site. Create a site column (of type lookup) in the root site referencing the list created in step 1. In the sub site, in a list, create a column using the "Add from existing site columns" And ready. Learn more in this article: Create a SharePoint Lookup Column to Another Site


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This is very easy to do. Just select a folder/library and hit the "share" button. Simple. Though, check out Office 365 Groups, as they provide essentially a team site with pre-baked functionality. It may meet your needs better than a customized team site.


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If you're a site collection administrator, then Codingo's answer is the most you can see. If you're a farm administrator, then you can use Central Administration to view all sites in the farm.


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This link explains two methods (depending on what kind of an Admin you are). View the site hierarchy If you are an administrator, you can view a list of all the Web sites that were created under the top-level site. Browse to the home page for the top-level site. On the Site Actions menu Button image, click Site Settings. NOTE On a site for which ...



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