You can directly update the profile properties and if its for all users then you can loop through all web.users
$web=get-spweb -identity http://
$user | fl -- this will show the user id and pass that id to below script in GetitembyID method
$web=get-spweb -identity http://
$list=$web.lists["user information list&...
I was getting a Owner object, and not accessing the properties. Here is how I fixed it.
$Group = Get-PnPMicrosoft365Group -Identity $Site.GroupId -IncludeOwners
$Emails = ($Group.Owners | Select Email)
To view existing external sharing configuration,
Get-SPOSite | select SharingCapability
To change or set sharing capability,
Set-SPoSite -SharingCapability <PermissionLevel>
Allowable permission levels are,
ExternalUserAndGuestSharing – sets the permission level to Anyone
ExternalUserSharingOnly – sets the permission level to New and
Existing guests ...
The before mentioned script, which can be seen on the sharepointdiary worked for me.
There is a big Important Notice at the start of the article.
"Both lists should have same columns! So, have the source list saved as template and create a new list from it".
Have you checked that all internal column names are the Same?
You could use @EchoDu_MSFT ...
We suggest you use "Save as Template" feature to meet your needs.
1.Go to List settings of the source site >> Save list as template
2.On the Save as Template page, please select "Include Content" option.
3.Go to Site settings of the source site >> List templates, you will see the list template you just created.
4.If you ...
Seems like there are some issues with RowLimit while using PnP PowerShell.
Try this instead:
$query = "<View><Query><Where><Eq> <FieldRef Name='StatusN'/><Value Type='Integer'>0</Value></Eq></Where><OrderBy><FieldRef Name='ReleaseDate'/></OrderBy></Query></View>";
Not seeing any issues. Have two columns: One as Single Line of Text and the other Number. Both cases, without quote worked for me. See the test script below.
$query = "<View><Query><Where><Eq><FieldRef Name='NumberAsText'/><Value Type='Text'>$Number</Value></Eq></Where></Query&...
Yes, you could install the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/powershell/installation
Delegated access is supported in the Microsoft Graph PowerShell SDK, please refer to this article for more: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/graph/powershell/get-started
Yes, your users do this all day long in order to make calls to the Graph (i.e. by visiting Delve). Username + password is one method of authentication. They're limited by the permissions the user holds provided the app is using Delegated permissions.
An article by Mike Weaver that says:
Note: Switch Behavior: It should be noted that in PowerShell you do not change the "-SiteDefinedSharingCapability" switch. If you change a user’s setting using the -SharingCapability switch, the "-SiteDefinedSharingCapability" will change to match the "-SharingCapability" setting.
As a ...
Please don’t take me wrong. I am not looking for how to activate it. We already activated and using right now in SP2013. What I am looking is to get a Report on list of libraries and lists which has been enable by IRM. Hope I am clear here.
Before your organization can IRM-protect SharePoint lists and libraries, you must first activate the Rights Management service for your organization. To learn how see Activating Azure Rights Management.
You can refer to this article to enable IRM for SharePoint document libraries and lists.
For more information, please see this article "Set up ...
The SharePoint Online PowerShell module can compatible with PowerShell 7(core) .
Note: Minimum PowerShell version--PowerShell 2.0
You can refer to the below posts:
Microsoft Releases PowerShell 7
PowerShell 7 is out, compatibility mode saves most Office 365 modules
Per my knowledge, it's not available to use PowerShell script to get retention policy information in the SharePoint 2010.
As a workaround, you could use “Generate file plan report” to export retention policy details at list and library level.
You need to use the display name for list and its view. After that, you can check whether the view exists or not as Ganesh mentioned above.
$listDisplayName = "list 1"
$viewDisplayName = "view 1"
Get-PnPView -List $listDisplayName -Identity $viewDisplayName
The Sharepoint Folder Export will recursively export folders that is last modified within the specified start date and end date into a CSV file with the folder name and last modified date.
In Sharepoint > Click the Site > Documents > Navigate to the path (It should have AllItems.aspx in the URL)