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How do I delete the folders in a subfolder of a folder using powershell

There is a document library folder named "Request Documents". There are folders in this folder Library. Again under each folder there is an other folder in it. I need to delete this folder. But I'm ...
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Prevent folder creation at top-level only?

We are running SharePoint online and I've got a question. So we all know about the: Library Settings > Make "New Folder" command available toggle Well, this propagates across the entire document ...
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Can I create a workflow in SP 2013 to create subfolders without using SharePoint designer?

I am trying to create a workflow to auto create subfolders when a new folder is created but I don't have SharePoint Designer. Is this possible?
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CAML Query for retrieving only document library items in only one folder

I'm trying to access the documents in a specific folder in a SharePoint document library. the library has multiple folders but I do know the name of the folder. here is an example of the file tree (I ...
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How to create not editable folder structure with editable end folders?

I got a request to create a quite complex folder tree in Sharepoint 2016. The users shoudn't be able to change the structure, but they have to be able to work in the end folders. For example: "Company ...
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Duplicate folders with computer name appended

Last year I moved a client (15 employees) away from a sloppy Linux/Samba file server to SharePoint Online. Although it did not go smooth the migration went along reasonably of as client expected a ...
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Delete a folder in SharePoint with MS Flow

I was asking myself if its possible to delete a SharePoint folder using MS Flow. I mean when time passes delete automatically a folder. Thanks!!
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Disable Folders in SharePoint Online

G'day Guru's It seems it has been a couple of years since this topic was raised, and Sharepoint has changed a lot since then. I have turned off the 'New Folder' option in Advanced Settings for all ...
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Sharepoint local folder naming convention

My organisation has moved over to SharePoint relatively recently. Most of the usual teething problems have been ironed out, but this one has been driving the programmers mad: When we sync a folder ...
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Create Sub-folders in SharePoint Site using workflows

I am using the SharePoint Designer 2013. I need to create sub-folders when a folder is created in the Site contents library. Is there a way to set this up without programming using the SPD?
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How to get count of files Inside a subfolder- pnp-js?

I can get the count of files in a root folder using this pnp.sp.web.lists.getByTitle("Test").items.getAll().then((allItems) => { // how many did we get console.log(allItems.length); }); ...
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Why is there inconsistent behaviour in different tenants when deleting folders?

I have a document library in a SharePoint Online site. When I try to delete a folder with sub-folders and content items in the folder I get the error message as follows:- you have to delete all ...
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File and Folder level Permission in SharePoint

I am working on a live project for an organization and am stuck with file level permission for users. My scenario for permissions are below: I want to create a permission level for document library ...
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Unable to retrieve files from sub folders within sub folder recursively in SPO list

I'm trying to display the versions of each item in a folder that contains sub folders. Since I don't necessarily want to scan a whole SPO list, I specified to start in a certain folder, e.g. '/...