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This solved my issue: SharePoint O365 Permissions - Deny - Add and Customise Pages issue In my case the permisions problem was in a team site under the main site, so I had to specify that as follows: Set-SPOSite -Identity https://<yourdomain>.sharepoint.com/sites/<your team site> -DenyAddAndCustomizePages $false


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Ok, it wasn't a permissions issue at all. It was a coding issue. Basically the code had an incorrect spelling of a field name. Again, that particular line of code was showing the access/permissions to a web part error message. Everything else was showing fine. So once that was corrected, it worked.


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There is a workaround will fulfill your requirement to some extent. Go SharePoint Admin Center(new)>Policies>Sharing>Advanced settings for external Sharing. Do not choose "Allow guest users to share items they don't own" The items they own means the items guest users have full control on. The share button will still be there, but the guest users will not ...


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Try to copy the "Contribute" permission level and tick additional "Add and Customize Pages" site permission, then give a new name and save. Then grant the user with this new permission level, check if the issue exists.


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Another option is to open Sharepoint Designer and open the URL list from there.


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When you share any item with an user by breaking inheritance and giving unique permissions on it, the “Limited Access” permission level is automatically assigned to the user on the shared item's parent folder/library/site. The limited access permission is provided so that the user can easily access the item by browsing to the parent folder/library without ...


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After you broke the permissions on list/library it automatically inherits all the permissions from its parent. That is your SharePoint Site. So, before creating last library, all the groups you created were having limited access on site. That's why when you broke the permissions on that library it inherited all the permissions from site and granted ...


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One more thing to mention. You can contact with your administrator, asking whether he has enabled SharePoint Designer in site settings>Site Collection Administration">SharePoint Designers Settings


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In order to customize the SharePoint list using SharePoint designer you will need the Design or higher than design permissions on the list. For understanding more about permission levels in SharePoint you can check below article: Understanding permission levels in SharePoint. To Check your permissions on list: Follow below steps: Click on Gear Icon > ...


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I haven't tried this, but to view all items with those settings you need to be an "Approver" on the list. The default Approver group includes Edit/Delete access, but you might be able to create an "ApproverOnly" group (name it whatever you want), that is limited to Approving, Viewing, etc... but not Editing and Deleting items. Again, haven't tried it, but ...


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If you have broken the inheritance on folders and sub folders then there is no automatic way to give the permissions on list, items, folders and sub folders at a time. You can create a group and give permission to the group on all elements. So that whenever any new member needs to be given permissions on all element, that time you can add him/her in that ...


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This post seems to cover what you require, it involves IRM which you have tagged your question with. Otherwise, perhaps creating a custom Permissions group would work? Although I didn't find a permission level relating to 'Printing' for SP 2013-2019 - this post doesn't seem to apply to Sharepoint Online.


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As others have already suggested that neither will do what you want - as they both allow to view or download in some capacity. A suggestion would be to create a new column in your document library and copy the file name to this "text only" column using, say, a workflow or calculated column to populate the column. You can then create a new view for your ...


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You can use the event receiver to update the users into owner group when add or update an item in the list. Sample to create the event receiver


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The "perfered" method to accomplish this would be to either create a Managers SharePoint group and add / remove managers from that group, or create a Managers AD group, and assign permissions to that AD group and add / remove managers from the AD group.


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Site Owners will have an access to 1st level recycle bin. Primary and Secondary Site Collection Administrators can see the Administrator recycle bin as well as user recycle bin. You can read more about managing the Recycle bin of SharePoint site in below article: Manage the Recycle bin of a SharePoint site.


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The permission required is Site Collection Owner.


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i have tested with several folders and meet the same confusion. The file in the folder does not show the user with sharing link. However if you do permission check, the user will show with corresponding permission level granted with the folder. And the user is able to edit files in the folder. Please check with the permission level and do tests with the ...


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I have encountered this issue before and successfully solved it. Please check if you have "Add and Customize Pages” permissions on Site level. If you are unable to locate this permission , you can create it by following below mentioned steps :- Add a new permission level which only includes “Add and Customize Pages” permission, and then create a new ...


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You have the "Edit" Permission Level, probably as a user in the Member group. You would need to be a Site Owner or have the "Manage Permissions" permission added to your Permission Level.


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You could go to library settings-> Permissions for this library, click Stop Inheriting Permissions to set up unique permissions.


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Except removing Delete permission, in general, we can consider using CSS/JavaScript code. However,currently, CSS/JavaScript is not supported for "modern" lists and libraries. So, except managing permissions, I am afraid there is not another way to hide Delete Button. Customizing "modern" lists and libraries


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I did sample test by hide list view Command previously so I think this can be done. Check user permission. https://www.eliostruyf.com/showing-or-hiding-sharepoint-framework-listview-custom-actions-based-on-permissions-and-selected-items/ Inject custom CSS in SPFx application customizer


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Check if "Limited-access user permission lockdown mode" is enabled at site collection level. If yes, disable it. Then test again.


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If you want to access the restricted files/folder on which item level permissions are enabled or in case you have break the inheritance on the sub-site, giving Full Access control will not a work. In order to access the restricted files/folders/sub-sites user should be Site Collection Administrator. SharePoint Administration Roles and SharePoint ...


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There is no OOTB way to hide column from list view based on user permission in SharePoint Online (Modern UI).


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I Guess, you need to load the web with the EffectiveBasePermissions before using it. Try using below code: var web = context.get_web(); context.load(web,'EffectiveBasePermissions'); context.executeQueryAsync(function(){ // Success if (web.get_effectiveBasePermissions().has(SP.PermissionKind.approveItems)) { console.log("user have ...


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Use google chrome developer console tool and see what css attributes are being applied on any one row. I think of below possibilities. Color of your front text is same as background(white or gray based on alternate row) text are being hidden due to css attributes and displays only when on hover. check for any css customization being done. Definitely it ...


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Web web = context.Web; var Lists = context.Web.Lists; context.Load(Lists); context.ExecuteQuery(); foreach (var List in Lists) { context.Load(List.RoleAssignments); context.ExecuteQuery(); Console.WriteLine(List.Title); ...


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Yes, it is possible. You could use workflow to set item level permission. 1.Create a custom permission level exclude "delete items". 2.Create a 2010 workflow to set permission on the item. Like this: Note: To add the Impersonation Step, you need to give workflow app permissions: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/dev/general-development/create-a-...


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A couple of immediate thoughts on this. 1 -> Try this link and steps -> https://blog.devoworx.net/2016/01/31/unauthorized-http-workflow-how-to-create-a-workflow-with-elevated-permissions-by-using-the-sharepoint-2013-workflow/ 2 -> I have seen an Anomaly before where in the Workflow Settings page, there is a setting to allow the workflow to update the ...


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In a way you describe it no, it is not possible. In classic experience you can create custom permission level that will not include "delete items" but then it will affect as well the files you created. So user will be able create but not delete their own files.


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To achieve your requirement, there is a PowerShell script for your reference. #Load SharePoint CSOM Assemblies Add-Type -Path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\ISAPI\Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.dll" Add-Type -Path "C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\16\ISAPI\Microsoft.SharePoint....


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Check if the inheritance is broken on this particular list. If Yes, then follow below steps: Go to List settings. Select Permissions for this list. Select Check Permissions. Enter User who is not able to access the list and check his/her permissions on the list. To Grant the permissions on list, Select Grant permissions and add User/Group and the ...


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I would suggest you to check below Check how it user accessing list, it is via OOTB list view or custom views. Which master page is being applied to application page like list view. Check if master page is not checkout and has published version Check if in master page or js file (referred in master page), do you have any script which is running which is ...


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We found that the issues was caused by the browser. Used Edge and it worked fine.


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