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comment Export a custom Document Library using PowerShell
The link clearly states : Before you begin, you must create a folder on the local computer or the network in which to store the export file. So the path is ur file system folder where you need the export
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comment Break permissions and assign a group at top level of document library using powershell
$folder.BreakRoleInheritance($false) is executed I get an error . I tried the $RootFolder.ListItemAllFields.BreakRoleInheritance($true,$false) with no luck
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comment Break permissions and assign a group at top level of document library using powershell
I had this code implemented and was working as expected . But this code is going to loop in through all the folders and sub folders as well. Is there a way to loop in only folders at root level ?
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comment Break permissions and assign a group at top level of document library using powershell
Agree with what you said in first part . but why can't I have powershell script to do this ? Just want to loop through folders and have permission assigned to root shld be difficult I guess .
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