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The answer is "No" (Even though you excluded the knowledge of the link for the other user) Using the Share option without sign in is something I would treat as unsecured data. Anyone with access to the link can access it. The information to access the item are encoded in the link itself. You used "never" so the answer was harsh. They will only see the ...


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In short, No, the Anonymous access for SharePoint online sites is no longer available since May 2017. Actually, You can just use external sharing features to share content with users outside your organization but this is not considered anonymous access as we do in SharePoint On-Prem, it just a sharing feature!


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I have done a test in my SharePoint online and I can reproduce your issue. This only happened when I turned off the external sharing and turned it on again from new SharePoint admin center. i solved the issue by navigating to classic SharePoint admin center->Sharing->Choose "Allow users to invite and share with authenticated external users"->ok. Then you ...


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This is only settable by using the SPO cmdlets as this is an administrator-level setting. You can use Set-SPOSite. Connect-SPOService https://tenantName-admin.sharepoint.com Set-SPOSite https://tenantName.sharepoint.com/sites/siteCollection -SharingCapability ExistingExternalUserSharingOnly


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Please the following steps to enable external sharing link: 1. Set the Site sharing settings Sign in the site as an admin Click Site permissions under the Settings menu On the Permissions panel, click the "Change how members can share" link On the Site sharing settings panel, select "Site owners and members can share files, folders, and the ...


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“Anyone Sharing Link” is also known as “Anonymous Link” Using "Anyone Shareing link" that let anyone who has the link access the files or folders without authenticating.


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I don't think it's possible to make guest users cannot see others else the file or the folder has been shared. When you share a folder with some guests, guests will be able to see other's names in the manage access panel.


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That's correct. Underlying Teams is the Microsoft 365 Group. Group allow list is global, i.e. you can allow any domain or specific domains to be added to any M365 Group. There is also a deny list if you want to go that route. These are set in Azure AD at https://portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/ActiveDirectoryMenuBlade/UserSettings. SharePoint has ...


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There is no guarantee that user2 will not see folder1. If User2 gets the shared link to folder1 then user2 will for sure see folder1. Only way of making it totally secure is to share the folder in question to a specific user by entering that users email.


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You can invite external users via Azure B2B. See What is Azure AD B2B collaboration? for information on how to add users to Azure. You can then add them as normal to SharePoint Online/OneDrive for Business.


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It is not feasible to sign in SharePoint mobile app with the external user account, it can only sign in with the Work or School account. You can also vote for the following UserVoice to submit feedback: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/forums/540331-sharepoint-mobile-app-for-android/suggestions/19114744-allow-use-of-the-sharepoint-online-app-for-invited


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You are correct, the SharePoint mobile app does not allow you to login to the app with a Microsoft account. This is clarified by a Microsoft agent in the answer given here: https://answers.microsoft.com/en-us/msoffice/forum/all/using-the-sharepoint-mobile-app-for-external-users/887ff314-f0d7-4520-8831-7a9dae5fb679 However, users can login to SharePoint ...


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According to the screenshot, it seems that it is the SharePoint admin center you are trying to share. I don't think https://tenant-admin.sharepoint.com is a site opeing for external sharing. Consider using another site instead: https://yourtenant.sharepoint.com/_layouts/15/workbench.aspx


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If DefaultLinkToExistingAccess is set to TRUE, the DefaultSharingLinkType will be overriden and the default sharing link will be a People with Existing Access. Execute the following: Set-sposite -Identity SiteURL -DefaultLinkToExistingAccess $false


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Per my test, the settings have no effect on File Request feature. The user can request a file inside his/her onedrive site and the user don't need to inside the "who can share outside your organization".


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Site Settings should display a link called "Access requests and invitations" under the usual "People and Groups" and "Site permissions" - this is only visible once an invite for that site has been sent out. In there you can withdraw invitations. The link will be invalid so even if the wrong person received it, when they finally click it they won't be ...


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You can grant external user permissions on a library. Navigate to the library->Library settings->Permissions for this document library->stop inheriting permissions->grant permissions->then you can grant external user permissions on the library:


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You can either disable option 'Allow access requests' which will give user access denied and they can manually request for access on basis of any tickets or internal process. Or, you can mention email address of user who can approve the request. For remaining users, it will not allow to approve any user access request.


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In the OOTB method to share files with external users, it only allows users to view a document and not download it. It’s by design. So I recommend you change the guest Sharing URL as the post you provide.


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You can use SharePoint Online PowerShell cmdlets to set these values. Using Set-SPOSite, you can use the following: Set-SPOSite -DefaultLinkType <value> Set-SPOSite -DefaultLinkPermission <value>


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Unfortinately that's not possible. You could remove the option to see User Information, but it won't remove the button. Your only option is the ugly implementation of display: none;. Reference: How to remove the shared with or email to everyone buttons EDIT: Go to Settings -> Site Settings -> Site Permissions -> Permission Level. Select the permission ...


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This is by default that external users cannot be added as a member through the team site page. You can go to Microsoft 365 admin center and select your group and then directly add a member. Then go back to your team site and refresh the page, new member will appear. Also you can go to Outlook to add the member.


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A few options/possibilities to consider here: If you've made this change within the past 24 hours, it may still be pending to propagate to the site collection level in your SPO environment (similar to other changes made in the admin console). Check the sharing settings at the site collection level in which you're working. I would recommend doing this in two ...


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There is no "vanilla" way to do it, but one way would be to put it inside JavaScript setInterval to wait for the dialog to appear. I'm not that fluent in pure JavaScript, so allow me to include some pseudo-code. setInterval(function() { if(!(dialog is visible)) { return; } let id = document.getElementById("TxtEmailBody"); let ...


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