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Thanks @RuneSperre for your solution. It worked. Below is the working script Add-PSSnapin Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue $users= "" $users = import-csv D:\User.csv foreach ($user in $users) { Add-SPOUser -Site $user.SiteURL -LoginName $user.UserEmailAddress -Group "$($user.group)" Write-host "User added:" $user.SiteURL $...


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This is a current bug, see advisory message SP207180 that is posted in the Office 365 admin center and suggested workaround: Title: All admins may be unable to address access requests for classic SharePoint Online sites in admin center User Impact: Admins are unable to approve or deny access requests to classic sites in the SharePoint Online ...


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Per my test, the Owners group is not visible in the people picker. From official article, "the Office 365 Group owners is added as hidden principal to the site's owners group and site collection administrators".


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Check who will receive access requests for the site. Set up and manage access requests for your reference: https://support.office.com/en-us/article/set-up-and-manage-access-requests-94b26e0b-2822-49d4-929a-8455698654b3


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Unfortunately it is not supported to add SharePoint groups to other SharePoint groups. You can grant permission to SharePoint group directly. Or you can create security group from microsoft 365 admin center and add it to SharePoint group.


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Does the file inherit the permissions of the folder? I suggest you remove the user's read permission for the file, then re-grant the use with read permission.


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The Access Denied error is possibly triggered because the workflow itself doesn’t have permission to edit the list item. Please check if you have Workflows can use app permissions feature activated via Site Settings > Site Features. You can also try writing the workflow actions in App Step in SharePoint Designer 2013 to grant elevated permissions to the ...


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I am guessing you are using SharePoint Online team site which is connected to the Office 365 Group. When you give permissions to user from Site Home Page (i.e. from Office 365 group), it will not directly added to the SharePoint default Site Owners group. But you can see the Office 365 group has been already added to the SharePoint default Site Members ...


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If the site members are in an Office 365 Group it is not straight forward to see how this is connected to the SharePoint Groups. Here we have a site that seemingly has no owners defined: However, when checking the group membership we see that there is one owner: So how is this connected? We can see that by using PowerShell: ❯ (Get-PnPGroup -...


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I agree with deactivating the feature "Limited-access user permission lockdown mode" and it does not affect the publish feature in my environment.


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Not possibly purely in SharePoint, as you suspected.


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As an alternate way to overcome this issue, we can add user or group at the site level, then on folder level apply "stop inheriting permission", finally remove all users or groups which you do not need at the folder level, and retain the one which you want to assign permissions. And also, try deactivating the feature "Limited-access user permission ...


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If you go into one of the libraries and to the good old advanced permissions view you can use the "Check permissions" button in the ribbon and type in the user in question. This will tell you which group the user has access through. The Office 365 group is automatically added into the SharePoint Groups, owners in the owner group - members and guests into ...


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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 have referenced any file in your code from site assets or style library in your site then you need to check-in and publish the file after adding it to style library. Also make sure that other users has permissions to access this file.


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Can you verify the below : Check the user policy for the web application which occurs the issue in the Central Administration –>”Manage Web Applications”->”User Policy” and make sure the account has “full control” access. Check the permission policy for the web application which occurs the issue in the Central Administration –>”Manage Web Applications”->”...


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For PowerApps and Power Automate (Flows) you can use the following: Set-SPOSite -Identity "URL of your site" -DisableFlows 1 -DisableAppViews 1


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I think you may have look into the below third party tool : Item Permission Batch Bulk assign, remove or change SharePoint permissions for multiple list items or documents. This tool has free as well as paid version - if this is your one time use, you can download it and make use of this. The above tool can be downloaded from here.


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You can also get the user's presence using MSGraphClient in SPFx. Get the Graph Client using: import { MSGraphClient } from '@microsoft/sp-http'; ... private _graphHttpClient: MSGraphClient; return new Promise((resolve, reject) => { this.context.msGraphClientFactory.getClient().then(client => { this._graphHttpClient = client; ...


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Follow below steps: Hit the below URL in browser and login with your office 365 credentials. https://portal.office.com/account/ Click on Subscriptions from left side navigation OR View subscriptions under Subscriptions section on webpage. Here you will be able to see all the licenses currently assigned to you and your unique ID.


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Just go to "My account" -> "Subscriptions"


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