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This seems like an opportunity to reuse an Answer that I posted to a similar question. Just briefly, go in to Document Library Settings>information management policy settings>select Library Based Retention Schedule. You will then see a screen like you see below. Your policy is a simple one - select the Created date field 39 days and Action: Permanently ...


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The Retention and Deletion policies feature sounds like what you need. This is a feature that can be activated on a site and used for files and libraries in that site. A quick search online should find you plenty of guides to get you going. I don't know if this will act on existing items so other alternatives are to use PowerShell or CSOM to perform a ...


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Sounds like you need to use an Information Management Policy. When the Modified Date + 1 year is reached, it will trigger a workflow to send an email. Check out this post, the question is similar to yours and you could refer to my answer there. Have a read of the comments too, they might prove useful too. Make sure you read the link I've embedded in my ...


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You can manage this through using the Information Management Policy which is in the List Settings. You can trigger an action off any Date Field, even the Created or Modified Date field. If you have an 'Expiry Date' field, you can use that. When the data criteria is satisfied you can use it to trigger a custom workflow to send an email reminder. A note on ...


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For your requirement, you can use Information Management Policy to do that. Go to your library->library settings Information Management Policy settings->Document Click "Enable Retention"->"Add a retention stage" Then set the event like the below: A blog for your reference: How to set up retention and deletion policies for files and folders in SharePoint


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To send an alert to someone 3 months before the expired date, create retention policy to set a content type to kick off a 2010 workflow. Then Create an workflow like the following:


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If you look in the ULS logs for SharePoint and spot an error along the lines of below - Type System.CodeDom.CodeBinaryOperatorExpression is not marked as authorized in the application configuration file. Then you're likely missing some required Assembly Authorizations in web.config which is a known issue with the latest updates. There's plenty of info ...


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I've investigated the other Answer by gachCoder, but my workflow is a 2010 one. But I had a similar kind of workflow error again. I found the Answer by Hardik in this post solved my issue. 24/09/2018 Update to Answer: you might also like to read this Answer relating to whether or not it is safe to deactivate and reactivate a workflow Site Feature (it ...


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It seems you haven't enabled workflow app permissions. Please try with below link and i hope this will resolve your issue. https://dev.office.com/sharepoint/docs/general-development/create-a-workflow-with-elevated-permissions-by-using-the-sharepoint-workflo


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This link shows how to get a document library level File Plan Report. I could not find anything that applies to an entire SP Site Collection though.


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