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Try this: create a sample document; for instance demodoc.pdf in a folder called DemoFolder use the below PowerShell script to multiply the document demodoc.pdf into one million copies, each with unique names: $NumArray = (1..1000001) ForEach ($number in $numArray) { Copy-Item "C:\Users\admin\Documents\DemoFolder\Demodoc.pdf" ` -Destination &...


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There is no direct way to remove all values vertically in particular column in Grid view. As a workaround, follow steps given below: Click on column cell in first row. Remove its value (Click Delete on keyboard directly or click again in cell & use "Backspace" to delete value). Select the small dot at the bottom right of column cell. Drag ...


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Per my knowledge, for now SharePoint Online no longer supports reading EXIF data from images. You can vote in user Voice here: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/329214-sites-and-collaboration/suggestions/36665011-bring-back-sharepoint-online-image-metadata-extrac


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Just to add for future Googlers, the custom view didn't work for me as it only sums up files in the folder, and doesn't do any recursive sums. But Tim's comment on the OP's question was helpful for me, and may be helpful for others who end up here. The Site Settings > Storage Metrics section shows a recursive total size for folders and libraries. ...


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If you are talking about SharePoint Migration Tool (SPMT), so the answer is YES. The Version is a supported item in SharePoint Migration Tool, and it will be preserved based on your setting. Migrate file version history: If set to Off, only the most recent version of the file will be migrated. If set to On, you can choose whether to keep all versions or ...


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OpenDocument file formats cannot be edited in Office on the web.


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To loop all subsites: $pnp.sp.site.rootWeb.webs.get().then(function(data){ console.log(data) }) To get all document libraries in the site: $pnp.sp.site.getDocumentLibraries("http://sp16/sites/michael").then(function(data){ console.log(data) }) Get all files in a library: let getFiles = (folderUrl) => { $pnp.sp.web....


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You can use OneDrive and MS Flow to realize your design. Please follwo steps: Use shortcut keys:Ctrl + P to save SharePoint Site Page as PDF Click Print and save print output as OneDrive Sync Field Note: In my environment, OneDrive has been synchronized with File Explorer in Windows More information, please refer to Sync files with OneDrive in Windows. ...


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Did you try this Get-PnPFile -Url "/sites/Company/Development/FontDemoInfo.txt" -AsFile


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Sites don't get "slow" due to data set size. If you do find any performance issues, you can open a case with Microsoft as performance is their responsibility.


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You can add button to the ribbon using Custom Actions. Check below references for more information & code: Create Ribbon Custom Action Using JavaScript Object Model In SharePoint 2016 And Office 365 Create custom actions to deploy with SharePoint Add-ins - Documentation How create custom action button on sharepoint online command bar without spfx?


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Here is a workaround which may be easier to carry out. Select all items with the toggle selection. Click edit button, then you will be edit the column value in bulk. Note: This operation also has the list view threshold. So it may not work when you have over 5k items.


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You can use Highlighted content web part for your requirements like: Query text: contentclass:STS_List_DocumentLibrary Title:"cars-*" Output: Optional: Optionally you can set the layout & no. of items you want to show as per your requirements like:


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You can use Microsoft graph "recent files" endpoint which lists a set of items that have been recently used by the signed in user. You can find more information in this documentation: List recent files


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First, print feature is based on office products such as word, excel,PowerPoint and so on, and has little to do with SharePoint. So there is no related SharePoint solution to add a message when printing a document.


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Introduction I had to move a document library which was bigger than the 524,288,000 byte maximum from an old SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2019. So, I came up with this solution. It's not perfect, but it works. Please don't run it blind as it could really mess up your server. Caveats My source is a SharePoint 2010, my target is SharePoint 2019. This ...


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You need to check below things which might be causing this issue: Item-level permissions: Check if there are any item/document level permissions applied to documents by default (maybe by using any flow/workflow). Checked out files: Check if documents are checked out by default. If yes, user needs to check-in/publish the documents so that other users can see ...


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You can get all the list/library fields (hidden/read-only/required/optional) using below endpoint: <siteUrl>/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('Site Pages')/fields Microsoft documentation: Working with lists and list items with REST


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Use the OneDrive sync client, instead. IE support, which is required to get mapped drives working, will be dropped early next year.


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If your goal is to display all documents (Including those inside the subfolders) with a filter on the Enterprise Keyword column, you can edit the view for this. We only need to set the filter on the column, just like you has done, and set it to Show all items without folders. In this way the view will not displaying folders, only shows all the documents ...


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Yes, it is confusing, and seemingly inconsistent and yes, OOB alerts are terrible. But that's the way SharePoint works, and there isn't much you can do about it. I'm surprised you didn't see an update event triggered in Classic - I know ItemUpdated event receivers will trigger when a document is uploaded in classic. There is required metadata on documents - ...


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This is the default behavior in SharePoint. When you upload the file to document library, file name will be stored in Name field and not Title. Workaround: You can populate the file name in Title field using Power automate flow on file creation/updation. You can implement flow something like below:


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Per my test, editing the file property while others are editing the word document content would prevent you from co-authoring with others.


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1.Check if there is column set as Required, if so, make all columns are not Required. 2.Check if the Draft Item Security is set to either Only users who can edit or Only users who can approve items in version settings of library, if so, change the settings to all users can edit/view. If the issue persists, you could remove sync-blocking column settings to ...


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Per my knowledge, for now we only have triggers on document library level. Just like your trial, dynamic name will not help to get the custom column. One approach will be using Rest API to directly update the required field value based on the file country. You may need to compose the http request body with a dynamic country variable to select the proper ...


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You have several topics to address. Let's start with the data volume. You will need to use tools to upload such a data volume in a reliable way. Using File Explorer or OneDrive for Business (ODFB) client will not work. For example, 3 TB of images each consuming 5 MB storage corresponds with 600000 files. This is beyond the limit of ODFB client. In addition, ...


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I followed the steps given by you, tried the same from my end and observed the same behavior in my SharePoint Online tenant. I think this is some kind of bug or known issue (See below references). My observations: If custom content type has any required custom site columns then document is getting checked out automatically. If custom content type does not ...


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It is possible but not for all the properties, depending on the version of Office Client you are using and if the columns can be recognized by SharePoint. Most properties in the word document can be synced to SharePoint library as long as you have a corresponding column set in SharePoint. It can either be set the document content type, or the library itself. ...


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It's by design that we cannot add metadata(custom columns) to folders. As a workaround, you could use document set to achieve this: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/office/introduction-to-document-sets-3dbcd93e-0bed-46b7-b1ba-b31de2bcd234 First, you need to enable Document Sets for a site collection: go to site settings-> Site collection features, ...


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As per Microsoft official documentation at:Set the default open behavior for browser-enabled documents (Office Web Apps when used with SharePoint 2013), Feature ID for Open Documents in Client Applications by Default feature is: 8A4B8DE2-6FD8-41e9-923C-C7C3C00F8295 You can enable this feature using PnP PowerShell like: Enable-PnPFeature -Identity 8A4B8DE2-...


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