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We can only come up with (crazy) workarounds Set a Workflow on the Wiki Library which: Deletes any new page sends an email to the creator: We deleted the Wiki page you created, company rules... bla bla bla


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There doesn't seem to be a way of preventing users from creating wiki pages altogether out of the box in my opinion. However, There are two ways you can achieve your requirement. Option 1 - Using some JavaScript and CSS tricks in a Delegate Control, you can restrict the users from creating wiki pages in your site. This can be done by adding a delegate ...


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To deactivate a Wiki page in SharePoint 2010 you need to go to site settings -> site actions -> Manage site feature - Deactivate Wiki page Home Page feature it will turn it off. Please refer the below link - https://veroniquepalmer.com/2011/04/23/deactivating-site-pages-in-sharepoint-2010/


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YOu can create wiki pages when you go to site Contents / Site Pages via clicking new document. To disable that functionality, you have to go into the libary Settings and then delete the Content type "Wiki Page" or go under Advantage Settings and set it to read only.


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Enable versioning and content approval on the pages library. This way users are required to checkout files -> modify -> check-in -> Approval required.. you will have better control. Also check the version history and see who modified the files recently. The missing webpart you can add it manually instead of restoring the page.


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The only way I've found that consistently works in this case is to use JSOM in a function and get a list of folders in the folder and then recursively call a function that relies on this listing, passing current path along during each recursive call. Pseudo-code example function getfolders(path) { somejsomcalls return foldersinpath } function ...



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