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In terms of the metadata (Created By, etc), SharePoint leaves the accounts in. This can cause issues with workflows if your workflows rely on these columns. I would make the respective changes on thos …
answered Sep 19 '18 by KGlasier
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Assuming you're using AD, I'd suggest making a "test user", something like DOMAIN\testAccessUser. Then if your permissions for pages are based off of AD Security groups you can just replicate their se …
answered Feb 7 by KGlasier
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I'm not sure how to do what you're asking for outside of a CSOM query. Normally I'd just say you could group the list by "Created By" but in the comments you mentioned you didn't want the dropdown of …
answered Aug 23 by KGlasier
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Try out this script by Salaudeen Rajack. He's got a couple scripts here that allow you to search your farm for uses of WebParts. Incase the URL breaks, here's the script to export all WebParts to a CS …
answered Mar 21 by KGlasier
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I needed clarification, but if my assumptions/interpretation was correct I think this should work: =AND( DATEDIF( [Permit Start Date], [Permit End Date], "d" )>=0, DATEDIF( …
answered Jan 16 by KGlasier
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If you're comfortable with PowerShell, then you can run this with the SharePoint Management Shell and it should look on each web page and find out if the content type exists in it. Then you can look t …
answered Jan 7 by KGlasier
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If its just a Name and Decision field, I'd suggest making both Name and Decision mandatory fields. You can do this by going to Library Settings > [Your Column] > Toggle the radio button to "Make field …
answered Dec 13 '18 by KGlasier
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I think I fixed your syntax errors but I can't be certain. I believe the =ISERROR snippet at the bottom of the page should execute the following logic: if(Error) { return -99 } else if( TodayDat …
answered Jul 31 '18 by KGlasier
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If you're also using Active Directory, I think you should consider looking into Azure Proxy Services. If you're using Active Directory and can add the external users that way, this should be a good s …
answered Jan 29 by KGlasier
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You'll need to find out where they're stored and where they're referencing from. I believe you'll be running a custom master page right now, so I'll give you a couple examples on possible situations. …
answered Feb 13 by KGlasier
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I believe this question could be over complicating things slightly. Most questions with a true/false answer need to be asked if they're followed up by a second conditional question. Is it required t …
answered Jun 4 by KGlasier
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I'm sorry but this may just be a client-side issue. We often have issues with Office and have to either have to repair Office, re-connect the Plugin, or in more dire situations, recreate their user pr …
answered Jan 16 by KGlasier