You cannot apply filter query based on the ContainerDisplayName property.
Also, ContainerDisplayName property does not provide the name of specific document library. It is:
A string describing where the item is stored. For example, the name of a SharePoint site or the user name identifying the owner of the OneDrive storing the item.
Set visible property of label control to:
Not(Dropdown1_1.Selected.Site <> "Please Select")
Update from comments:
As @RobertLindgren suggested, below should also work for you:
Dropdown1_1.Selected.Site = "Please Select"
I tried replicating the error you are getting & your calculated column formula seems fine.
Sometimes comma(,) does not work in formula (I am not sure but it is based on something language or regional settings on your site). So in that case use semicolon(;) instead of comma(,).
Set The data type returned from this formula is: to Single ...
You have to modify your formula to:
I never worked with Python, but my experience with connecting sharepoint with MFA enabled account is that you removed the Password parameter from the code.
On executing the Powershell/code (without password parameter), a pop up will come to provide the credentials and MFA unique code.
give it try..
First check AD features are are installed or not.
Then using stsadm this command execute.
STSADM.exe -o getsiteuseraccountdirectorypath -url http://intranet
If you get output like this:
Then you need to run the following command to change the people picker search scope to search the entire forest:
STSADM.exe -o ...
This is may due to the deprecation and removal of the DataFormWebPart as part of MC242207.
Similar issue for your reference:
You need to update searchforests for the Central Admin Site (WebApp)
stsadm –o setproperty –pn peoplepicker-searchadforests –pv <list of forests or domains> -url <WebApp>
For more info visit this link
and also this