I've seen this happen quite often.
I don't know if you are aware, or tried this already, but Office caches documents in the 'Upload Center'.
As soon as you open a document, it will store a copy in the local machine, and it this causes problems very often, such as the ones you describe.
I can't guarantee that this is the fix for your issue, but you can ...
Short answer to your question is Yes.
SharePoint will retain the different versions of the PDF/Zip file. SharePoint doesn't care what type of file it is when it comes to keeping file versions.
You need to enable Versioning for your library from Library settings --> Versioning Settings.
Then you can upload a your updated file with same name and ...
If Category option Checklists is selected, you must also make a selection for Checklist Categories.
I struggled with the same issue, and I was never able to get it to work, I was trying to do the validation from the column definition. I finally ...
I have stumbled upon the same issue and the only simple way I found out to solve it is to disable obligatory check out for library and then create custom permission level:
go to library settings -> versioning -> Require documents to be checked out before they can be edited? = No
Create custom permission level (e.g. by copying Contribute level) and remove ...
I know this is an old thread, but I have to share with you guys. Maybe someone will benefit from my story.
If you think about it, Retention Policy is an if-statement.
So what I did was: set the retention policy to recur every day after the review date. However, inside the workflow, write an if-statement: If "today" is equal to the "expiry date".
If that ...
3TB on the OneDrive sync client isn't going to work. For Photoshop I'd look into Adobe's cloud services, not sure about Coreldraw. The sync client also runs into performance issues at roughly 300K files synchronized, though can have performance issues with >100k.
Office-related documents, go for it.
I am assuming you're referring to listitem Unique ID.
As per quick glance at the list of STSADM operations this cannot be done.
Your options to fetch the item are:
Set up powershell on the farm (one of the guides) and write a PS script
Write custom solution using SSOM
You can use this template and add/remove your own actions. It has a trigger "For a Selected File". To run the flow, you need to select the file and click on ellipsis (3 dots) and then hover on "Flow" and there you will find the flow attached to the library just like Request Sign-off.
Hope it helps. Please mark it as answer if this solves your query.
Got your question.
Getting the link is a bit tricky, especially if you have Modern settings enabled for your library.
What you can do is just open the document in the browser and share the link directly with your colleague.
Your colleague can then access this document .
Make sure your colleague has read access on this file , so that he can open it too.
There are multiple ways you can get the link of document file from Library.
If you are going to share just the URL of file (assuming access is already has been given) to your colleague then you can open the file and copy the URL from browser.
That should work.
In order to open office docs in the browser you must have an office online server 2016. Can you verify that it is installed on your farm?