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We need to understand SharePoint online is one of the service under office 365 subscription. It has exchange, Lync etc other than the SharePoint online, it all depends on the subscription what you are opting for. Yes, you can subscribe to office 365 with just SharePoint online and OneDrive plan where your license cost will be less. If you are not ...


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This worked for me (SharePoint 2019, Google Chrome, REST API): $.ajax({ url: "/_api/web/getsubwebsfilteredforcurrentuser(nWebTemplateFilter=-1,nConfigurationFilter=-1)?$select=title,ServerRelativeUrl", headers: { Accept: "application/json;odata=verbose" }, async: false, success: function(data) { var items; // ...


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Per my research, this error often occurs in chrome page, please change a browser to check whether the issue still exists. If the issue only occurs in Chrome browser, please uncheck "Use hardware acceleration when available" option in system settings and compare the result. If not, please refer Trevor's suggestion for page troubleshooting. More information:...


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You can get the Job Title of user by using Office365Users Connection like below: Office365Users.UserProfile(ThisItem.Medewerker.Email).JobTitle For more information check below documentation: Connect to Office 365 Users connection from Power Apps


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I can reproduce this issue in my environment. The new user is identified as an external user because it hasn’t been added to the tenant’s directory (although it has been listed in the Azure Active Directory). I’m afraid there is not much we can do until SharePoint adds this user to User profiles in SharePoint admin center (_layouts/15/tenantprofileadmin/...


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You just give the groups permission to those folders, but don't give permission to the site or to the root folder. That's why users cannot go to SharePoint Homepage. To solve this issue, you need to give access to these two security groups on the site level. Thus they could access the homepage. https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/customize-...


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This is how the permission works in SharePoint - if you assign any permission to the granular level and if you don't assign any permission for that user in top level (site), that user will automatically be assigned to limited access permissions . For example, if you have given permission to a user at list or list item level, but not in site level - in this ...


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Yes, we can. The modern SharePoint online navigation works based on the mega menu and hub site. We need to properly set up the hub site and mega menu - then using the SPFx framework coding, we can customize the look and feel of the mega menu. You may refer to the below articles, how does megamenu work in SharePoint online? Organize your SharePoint sites ...


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User Profile Sync timer job’s run frequency cannot be changed, which occurs during regularly scheduled one-way synchronization—which should occur at least every 24 hours. If you can see all the properties in AAD and Delve, that seems the user profiles are fine. You can wait for some time and see if the fields are updated or not. If not, raise a service ...


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This is not a supported scenario and you will likely cause synchronization/lock issues. Sync directly to with your client PCs.


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SharePoint Online: Permission Report for Specific User in a Site Collection using PowerShell for your reference: https://www.sharepointdiary.com/2018/09/sharepoint-online-get-user-permission-report-using-powershell.html


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If you can upload, you have to be able to read, but before you go too far down this path why are you trying to share and lock down a onedrive, SharePoint should typically be used for this kind of activity.


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Please have a look at "site scripts" or SharePoint PnP (Patterns and Practices).


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