First you turn on external sharing for your Office 365 tenant, and than you enable external sharing on the site collection you want to share with external (non-licensed) users.
Manage external sharing for your SharePoint Online environment
If the Users are inside your organization and need access only to SharePoint Sites they do not require any Office365 Licenses at least for now.
You just need their Office365 ID created either by Sync or Manually, whatever method you follow for regular users.
The Only difference is you create account without assigning any License to it.
Now just go ahead ...
You will not be able to capture events on SharePoint in a reliable way for mission critical events. The best you can hope for is to poll the data at intervals for the changes you are looking for.
SharePoint was not designed for these types of systems, and does not support them well. If you implement workarounds those workarounds are going to cause you ...
If you have connected the SharePoint Document library to Office using the Connect to Office button - it will show up as an option in your recent view of Office.
But the best option IMHO is to teach users not to start Word and then save, but do it the other way around. Let them learn how to create a new file from the document library where they want to save ...
Follow the steps...
Check out the word document in SharePoint.
Open the document in MS-Word for editing.
Modify the document and go to File TAB.
There you will find "Check In" & "Discard Check Out" buttons.
Use Azure WebJobs. It can be created using the following scripts:
.cmd, .bat, .exe (using windows cmd)
.ps1 (using powershell)
.sh (using bash)
.php (using php)
.py (using python)
.js (using node)
How it works:
1) Create a console application. Add the necessary SharePoint client dlls to it.
2) Write your business logic in the program
3) Zip the package ...
Chris Coulson has a great explanation: Important – Additional Steps for enabling FBA for Office Applications
Even with FBA configured in SharePoint 2016, it still won’t authenticate properly when opening a document from SharePoint with Office 2016 (Word, Excel, PowerPoint…). Office 2016 now uses “Modern Authentication” by default – which does not support ...
As a supported scenario, you can use Project 2016 (Click-to-Run) or (MSI) with Office 2013 (MSI) on the same computer without any issue,
For more details check: Supported scenarios for installing different
versions of Office, Visio, and Project on the same computer.
So on your side, try to Make sure the following:
The installed Office 2013 is 64-bit.
Yes, you are right, the Sharepoint Migration tool only supports SharePoint 2013 yet.
For more details about Check my answer at The Microsoft SharePoint Migration Tool
Using 3rd party tool like:
Check also additional workarounds at my answer How to Migrate from SP 2007 On-Premises to O365?
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 ...
You could add Event Receiver (on ItemAdded), that after you add item to RPM list would update item with value from SCG list.
Automatic populating of field in Edit form is not possible, AFAIK, but in receivers you can do everything with it.
Might be a stoopid idea in practice, but that's where I'd start.
The problem is that OneDrive (formerly known as SkyDrive Pro) will not sync with a SharePoint 2010 server. The MS KB article 2904784 points out that if you intend to sync with a SharePoint 2010 server then you must use SharePoint 2010 Workspace for folder sync. OneDrive (SkyDrive) has been coded to disallow syncing between OneDrive and SharePoint 2010.
I am particularly interested in this question. Here is my situation:
a SharePoint document library with custom fields: Discipline, DocumentType, EnnineeringActivityCode, OriginatorSourceCode
When uploading a Word document for the first time with these fields in the Custom properites section for the document, the metadata values ARE added to the SharePoint ...
Since SharePoint uses the PowerPoint web viewer/editor to show PowerPoints, you can't use the "#4". That will only work in a file-system.
You need to use the URL query string. The string you're looking for is: “&wdSlideID=###” where ### is the ID of your slide.
You can find the ID by vieweing your PowerPoint in SharePoint and skipping to the slide you ...
There are numerous scenarios that can lead to user's getting prompted. The Authentication providers, your host header/domain name, etc all play into it.
The most common deployment scenario is a claims setup with Windows authentication. If you are using a host header/fully qualified domain name that doesn't match your AD domain, then it will not ...
Are you checking in the file from Excel or from SharePoint?
Try an IISReset.
Do you have SharePoint plugin installed on your installation of Office? All Programs -> Office -> Change -> Office Tools/Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Support.
Also, do you have the plugins necessary in IE to perform Checkout? They may be disabled. IE -> Tools -> Internet ...
More than likely you have at some point saved your admin credentials to the domain of your SharePoint site. Check the Credential Manager and clear out your admin credentials. If you have mapped a network drive to your SharePoint site then that would also cause this behavior and you need to disconnect the mapped drive.
Windows has a habit of caching ...
As I aleady stated in an older post (Hosting Office Templates in a Document Library (Office & SharePoint 2010)) you can manage those "links" in the Central Administration of SharePoint. The SharePoint Server & Office are then automagically syncin up - providing all the libraries specified in the Central Administraiton. In the end I came up with a ...
When a document is opened by a client program, Windows SharePoint Services puts a write lock on the document on the server. The write lock times out after 10 minutes. Users cannot modify the document during the time when the document is locked.
In a scenario where the program that opens the document unexpectedly quits or crashes and you try to open the ...
The article below describes how to configure a floor plan in SharePoint with the help of Plumsail Dashboard Designer:
To set the default behavior for opening documents for entire site, activate a site collection feature "Open Documents in Client Applications by Default". This should force the documents to be opened in client application.
To set the behavior at library level, go to library settings -> Advanced Settings -> and set Opening Document in the Browser to 'Open in ...
what you mean by storing the data in relational manner?
you want use the sharepoint as front end just display the data then you can use BCS or you can also use Access Web App.
In SharePoint 2013 was introduced new permission level Remote Interfaces Permission that in particular prevents anonymous users from accessing CSOM interface.
How to enable CSOM for Anonymous Users
Go to Central Administration
Go to Manage Web Application
Select your Web App
Click on Authentication Providers in the ribbon
Click zone "Default".
Your IIS SSL configuration is not right, you are mixing client certificates with SSL server certificates. You want to use SSL Server certificates for the site, not client certificates. Disable client certificates, and configure correct SSL certificate in IIS web site bindings.
Review the article for details here.
Looks like it just took a while for my changes to become active. The problem is gone now. I suspect one of the following resolved my issue but I'm not sure.
$sts.MaxApplicationTokenCacheItems = 100000
$sts.MaxLogonTokenCacheItems = 100000
$sts.MaxServiceTokenCacheItems = 100000
Set-ADFSRelyingPartyTrust -Targetname "My_SharePoint_relying_party" -...
The way we handle it in O365 is kind of a hack and similar to a Timer Job, but it works.
We make a C# console application and host it as a web job in Azure, and have the job run every 5 minutes or so. When the job runs, it checks every item in the list that doesn't have "Completed" in a metadata field that we specify, and runs the job for each one of ...
you can edit your master page and add the SPlinkbutton.
From the Snippet Gallery, copy and paste the default SiteLogo code
snippet into your master page into the appropriate place you want it
to be displayed.
In the SiteLogo code, search for SharePoint:SPSimpleSiteLink to find the relevant opening and closing tags. Now simply change the tag names to ...