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Your issue is related to the internet speed of upload. I had the same issue, tried multile times using my home internet, didn't work. Tried my phone data and it worked like a charm.


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This is due to how the links act in version history vs. the document library -- version history is sent through a different API that doesn't have the same 'hook' back into the SharePoint site. The experience you're looking for relies on IE ActiveX controls to function properly. This is resolved if you move to a modern version of SharePoint (SharePoint Server ...


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For SharePoint Server 2010, use SharePoint Workspace 2010 which supports offline sync with documents. Product Guide here. For SharePoint Server 2013, use the previous OneDrive for Business sync app (Groove.exe) to sync files on local drive.


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I would recommend looking in to OneDrive for Business, specifically the old Groove.exe version which is used with SharePoint 2013 to sync libraries with user machines so that files can be accessed offline. Unfortunately, it doesn't support SharePoint 2010. More information can be found here: Sync SharePoint files with the OneDrive sync client (Groove.exe)


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Up until now in our SharePoint 2016 farm, users have received a "Check Out & Open" dialog in Adobe Acrobat when opening PDF files from a SharePoint list (although only when opening via Explorer view in Internet Explorer). But after applying January 2021 CU for SP2016 (we were on a very old patch level before), this dialog in Adobe Acrobat has ...


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LGPO helped me out here: how-to-individually-modify-and-deploy-local-gpo-settings-lgpo


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You could use the follwoing JSON formatting. { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "txtContent": "=[$Category] + '; ' + [$DataSource] + '; ' + [$States] + '; ' + [$B2B] + '; ' + [$Health] + '; ' + [$Plans] + '; ' + [$Years]...


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I think you can accomplish this using JSON column formatting. Try the below JSON formatting and let me know. (Note: You could use Power Automate, but that is not needed for simple solution) { "$schema": "https://developer.microsoft.com/json-schemas/sp/v2/column-formatting.schema.json", "elmType": "div", "...


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No, this is not possible. While using iframe in embed web part there is no control on what to show and what not in web part. You cannot restrict users from clicking on navigation bar.


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If you are using the Outlook connector, you can send an email as if it came from a shared mailbox. So you need to create a shared mailbox first and on the shared mailbox properties make sure to add your account to send as the mailbox. Another way is to use the Mail connector which will allow you to send emails from microsoft@powerapps.com and not your email. ...


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I convert image to base64 format with the following code: <input id="inputFileToLoad" type="file" onchange="encodeImageFileAsURL();" /> <div id="imgTest"></div> <script type='text/javascript'> function encodeImageFileAsURL() { var filesSelected = document.getElementById("...


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Here are some points needs to modify: Update List Item needs to use Post method and MERGE X-Http-Method (Not PATCH) If want to convert DistributorLogo to Base64URL, use DistributorLogo instead of EncodedAbsUrl. 3.canvas.toDataURL is async request, needs a callback action to get the base 64 string before updating list item. The BaseURL field should be a ...


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Just a reminder, list view level security is not supported in SharePoint Online. So custom personal list views will work if you want to restrict the view to the user itself, but not when you want to hide the columns from specific (group of) users. There are a few options if you want to add comments to non-Office documents (PDF): There is a comment section ...


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@Chelsea_MSFTs answer really helped, but what really was the difference was how you invite people. If I share a folder with a link to a external user. They don't see the Searchbox. If I give the external user direct access, they do see the seraachbox. (No matter giving permissions at Site, library or file level)


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I know this is old, but others might find this question when looking it up. I figured out a very easy way: https://www.linkedin.com/pulse/how-export-sharepoint-document-library-excel-show-folder-cardonick


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You could use SharePoint search rest api to achieve this. Use DocId=[Id_you_search_for] in the api: https://yoursite/_api/search/query?querytext='DocId=a123' Update: If you want to get all the column information, you need to remove the select parameter in the endpoint: <url_SP_Site>/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('[Name_Document_Library]')/items?$filter=...


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To get the document without providing document library name, use this: <site-url>/_api/Web/GetFileById('<Document-ID>') Source: Rest API to get a file using the GUID


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Edit the library view and make sure that the "Type" column is selected in the list of columns to be displayed.


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The global search box in modern SharePoint is hidden by default for external users, and there is no setting to turn it on currently, even if they are still able to use search function in this library. Here are a few workarounds: Give the external users (at least View Only) permission at site level, which will give them access to the old version of search ...


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Try to modify Rest endpoint like this: https://companyname.sharepoint.com/OM/_api/web/GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl('/OM/Customer Invoicing')/Folders "OM/Customer Invoice" in GetFolderServerRelativeUrl needs to prepend "/" like "/OM/Customer Invoice":


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The format was in other answers Get-PnPFile -Url "/sites/Company/Development/FontDemoInfo.txt" -AsFile The key part of these answers is the start /sites/Company/ The main problem in this case though comes from how SharePoint is displaying the information. As per the question, the browser shows Documents > Development FontDemoInfo.txt However, ...


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I think you are opening the SharePoint Site in the new mode. If you open it in the classic mode it will show you those tabs. Click on the gear(wheel) on the right upper corner. select add content. Then scroll down in the left corner it will have tab that says "Return to classic SharePoint". This will show the tabs for page, library.


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With modern browsers (Edge, Chrome...) Open in Windows Explorer button is disabled but you can copy the url of the library (strip out the Forms/[view name].aspx from it) in your Windows file explorer and the result will be the same. Another quick way is to use the "Email a Link" button in the library tab. It will open a mail with the link and you ...


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It is not recommended that you hide these standard functions, but you can disable these standard functions by granting permission for users. To Create a Custom Permission Level without Client Integration Features, follow these steps: Click on Settings Gear >> Choose "Site Permissions" link Click "Advanced permissions settings" >...


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The Url parameter should be the server relative url, in this case, the relative url is this: /sites/Company/Development/FontDemoInfo.txt


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You need to use Get-PnPFile in below format: Get-PnPFile -Url /sites/siteName/DocumentLibrary/Folder/file.extension -AsFile For example: Get-PnPFile -Url /sites/project/_catalogs/themes/15/company.spcolor -AsFile This retrieves the file and returns it as a File object Get-PnPFile -Url /sites/project/_catalogs/themes/15/company.spcolor -Path c:\temp -...


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


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