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Per my research, embed a calendar view in the "send email" action is not supported. As Fritz said, Connecting to outlook and reviewing the calendar in outlook app is an easy way.


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@Enigma: Ask yourself this question: Why not have your users use the ‘Connect to Outlook’ option to subscribe to the calendars? [ Why not send a simple link to the users after talking to your networking resource? Either using the ‘Connect to Outlook’ option or sending a link via email will require the same thing: networking staff will either need to punch a ...


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For SharePoint Server 2010, use SharePoint Workspace 2010 which supports offline sync with documents. Product Guide here. For SharePoint Server 2013, use the previous OneDrive for Business sync app (Groove.exe) to sync files on local drive.


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I would recommend looking in to OneDrive for Business, specifically the old Groove.exe version which is used with SharePoint 2013 to sync libraries with user machines so that files can be accessed offline. Unfortunately, it doesn't support SharePoint 2010. More information can be found here: Sync SharePoint files with the OneDrive sync client (Groove.exe)


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Microsoft goes through uservoice.com to get feedback regarding product improvements. Highly recommend you make your voice heard to get this built into the modern pages and SharePoint framework (spfx). Vote here


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I ended finding this thread answered by a MS tech: https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/Lync/en-US/6dfdbc41-48c3-48e6-a6d3-2a171fd49d27/problems-with-drive-c-running-out-of-space-after-moving-sharepoint-search-index-to-d-drive Basically it's possible by changing some registry settings but not supported. The index location from drive C in my case was ...


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This is happening because it is creating shallow copy of state. I will suggest you to use lodash library to make the deep copy of your state easily. Add import statement in your code file like: import * as _ from "lodash"; You can use: let localState = _.cloneDeep(this.state); let tempEvents = localState.events[i]["start"]; Note: If ...


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Select the file -> Click ellipses -> Select Version History -> Choose the version you want -> Restore Reference: Restore a previous version of an item or file in SharePoint


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Yes, if you are using classic experience for the document library. We can decide which columns to display on separate list views: Go to the list view you want to show on the parent directory (or the default list view), navigate to Edit View > Folders > Show this view: In the top-level folder. Click OK. Create a new standard view and modify the columns ...


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This might be a DNS related issue. Could you please check if nslookup portal.company.com gives you the desired IP-Address of your server? My following answers will rely on that.


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This is one of the many reasons why i do not like FBA: It's cheap, it's easy but has tons of drawbacks. Implement WebApplicationProxy or even better AzureAD Application Proxy with Kerberos Authentication instead of FBA. It will save most or all of your FBA pains.


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Try the following: Click the settings cog Click "Compatibility View Settings" Tick the radio button for "Display intranet sites in Compatibility View" Also check if WebClient service is running on your client.


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If you configure a new DefaultIndex Location, SharePoint will perform a process called Index Merge. This is poorly documented, but it will require up to 30% of the existing Index-Space on the source drive. If the merge completed, you should also get rid of the old locations automatically. If you do not have or cannot provide enough space on C for index merge,...


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Try to use the CLI version psconfig.exe instead of the GUI psconfigui.exe with the following command (elevated SharePoint PowerShell): PSConfig.exe -cmd upgrade -inplace b2b -wait -cmd applicationcontent -install -cmd installfeatures -cmd secureresources -cmd services -install Now it gets weired: If this command also issues an error, execute it again without ...


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If the custom global navigation you are looking to build is built using server side code (farm solution), then the answer is no. You cannot deploy server side solutions to SharePoint Online. You can however create SPFx extensions to create your own custom navigation. I would however recommend using the out-of-the-box hub and site navigation features for ...


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I figured out a way around using Sharepoint Management Shell commands like this (I'm using Windows PowerShell ISE): #Get Web Object $web = Get-SPWeb "site url here" #Get Content Type $ContentType = $web.ContentTypes["content type name"] #Get The Field $FieldToAdd=$web.Fields["site column name"] #Add Field to Content type $...


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I've tested below, and it worked for me. Add-PnPFieldToContentType uses Internal column/field name as described here. You might try changing SPSWorkFlowName to internal name SPSNumber and try again. Import-Module -Name SharePointPnPPowerShellOnline -Verbose #Config Variables $SiteURL = "https://tenant.sharepoint.com/sites/yourSite/" $...


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"yoururl", "your display" can be pasted from Excel. The double quotes must exist in pasted text and there must be a space after the comma. You can accomplish this with an Excel formula, just typing in the literal string, or if the display text is part of the URL, by custom cell format. I used the latter, as the URLs for me are all the ...


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Looks like a permission issue, Could you please make sure that Account running the powershell command should have correct permission. Site collection Admin / Policy of Web app level If farm admin account then DBO on the content database.


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On the Service Applications, highlight the UPSA, then go to the ribbon. The section name is Operations/Sharing, so ignore that. You'll see two obvious buttons: 'Administrators' and 'Permissions'.


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Maybe you can update the DefaultIndexLocation first and then update the topology as you're doing $server = "ServerName" $IndexLocation= "S:\SearchData" $server | % { $svcInst = (Get-SPServer -Identity $_).serviceinstances | ? { $_.GetType().FullName -eq "Microsoft.Office.Server.Search.Administration.SearchServiceInstance" ...


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I don't think this could be achieved in client side. We have to use servr side code to set the quota template.


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Try to modify the code as this, use sessionStorage.setItem to save count into sessionStorage: <script type="text/javascript"> function updateItems() { if (typeof (Storage) !== "undefined") { if (sessionStorage.count) { sessionStorage.setItem('count',...


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Do you mean custom list view? I don't think it's possible to reuse a custom list view in all lists and sites.


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In order to update the item from list 'b', you need to know the item ID of the item in list 'b'. But - that is not necessarily going to match the item ID of the matching item from list 'a'. In the comments, what you have said is that the value of the Title field in list 'b' is what is going to match the value of the Name field from the items in list 'a'. ...


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I could reproduce your issue when install the ServiceBus and WorkflowManagerRefresh offline in this article: We suggest you open a ticket from Microsoft to check if the file link has been changed and caused it could not be found while downloaded.


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To update SharePoint list item, you need to pass the item ID to REST endpoint like: _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/web/lists/GetByTitle('c')/items(1)" Where 1 is ID of SharePoint list item. References: Working with lists and list items with REST CRUD Operations On A SharePoint List Using REST API


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i found the mistake....it was permission problem. I must have activate "Use Client Integration Features"


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With Windows Server 2019 and SharePoint 2019 the errors below stopped flooding in UlsViewer after I added Read permission for Local Service in folder C:\Program Files\Common Files\microsoft shared\Web Server Extensions\16\LOGS. The service had already write permission but no read permission. Process: wsstracing.exe Product: SharePoint Foundation Level: ...


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I edited the code portion (at 3rd party full trust solution) and the Site Collection returns to authenticate with Windows Authentication; BUT, at Forms Authentication continues work only in IE (like a Site Collection with FBA and NTLM without 3rd party full trust solution). I think that needs another topic to question this behavior: Why FBA Authentication ...


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Solved. find out the user who left the company and came back. so solution is you need to delete user from site collection, this can be done by setting site collection url and in the end _layouts/15/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0 or go site settings -> Permissions -> select any group and change from end of the url number to 0. From list of users there ...


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It´s high complexity question, but possible to migrate installing all wsp with compatibility level (for example , using Install-SPSolution with -CompatibilityLevel parameter), but without upgrade the UI Experience (I don´t know if ShareGate 3rd party makes upgrade without upgrade UI Experience). But, I think, in some moment, you will need to discontinue the ...


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There is no OOTB solution to hide the button for SharePoint Server 2019. If you are open for custom solution, you can hide the button using CSS hosted by SPFx. Reference: Remove Feedback Buttons from SharePoint Footer through Application Customizer.


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I actually solved my own question. <!DOCTYPE html> <html lang="en" <head> <meta charset="utf-8"> </head> <body> <script src="https://ajax.googleapis.com/ajax/libs/jquery/1.4.2/jquery.min.js"></script> <script type=text/javascript> jQuery(document).ready(...


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I've seen very bad things happening when special characters are involved in a column name. Using < and % in a column name is a really bad idea. But that's not the cause of your issue. You never mention the data type of the column [LVR<70%] but since you test against "YES" and "NO" I assume it's a Yes/No field. While SharePoint ...


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Are you accessing these sites from the server itself? If so, you’re running into loopback protection. See https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/troubleshoot/windows-server/networking/accessing-server-locally-with-fqdn-cname-alias-denied for details. Although it’s talking about Windows Server 2003, it still applies to more recent server versions.


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Azure Active Directory authentication (and other platforms that require cloud-based authentication) assumes Tenant concept; and this concept contains this rule: one time user is deleted from any platform, this cannot be reversible. I have this trouble too, but with Office 365, when O365 was deployed at my region: I get several support joined with Microsoft, ...


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As the RFC for mail only allows a single value for From. SharePoint takes this value and performs a comparison against the site's User Information List. If it finds a matching user and that user has permission, it accepts the email. Since there can only be a single value for both From per the RFC and in the UIL for a user, it isn't possible to accept email ...


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I think some of your confusion might be coming from the fact that the variables in the code example you pulled are named in a fairly confusing way. What if we renamed some of those and changed that done callback like this: call.done(function (data, textStatus, jqXHR) { var permissionsUserHasOnWeb = data.d.EffectiveBasePermissions; var ...


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The method is consuming the effective permissions for the current user (otherwise you would have an empty base permissions object). You can then use the base permissions object (manageListsPerms) to determine if the user has the manage lists permission level (where you are using the has method). The has method returns a boolean, which you are using at the ...


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Per my test, when I don't add document set content type into the document library, there are four file types to choose. When I add document set content type into the document library, there are two file types to choose. You could disable folder in the advanced settings.


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SharePoint Designer 2010 has reached its Support End Date, so I won’t be able to test for you. You can check out the following posts for troubleshooting suggestions: Check if you have created the DL group with proper settings: Create an E-mail Distribution Group – SharePoint 2010. Check your Exchange server settings: Send an email to distribution group ...


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Based on your description, I understand that you have configured alternate access mappings for the site collection in the central administration. And you add a new host name in DNS. You should add IIS binding for the new host. Go to IIS -> Select the web application from the "Connections" panel on the left under "Sites" node -> ...


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You could use SharePoint search rest api to achieve this. Use DocId=[Id_you_search_for] in the api: https://yoursite/_api/search/query?querytext='DocId=a123' Update: If you want to get all the column information, you need to remove the select parameter in the endpoint: <url_SP_Site>/_api/web/lists/getbytitle('[Name_Document_Library]')/items?$filter=...


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To get the document without providing document library name, use this: <site-url>/_api/Web/GetFileById('<Document-ID>') Source: Rest API to get a file using the GUID


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There are two techniques that will help you achieve your goal. Getting data from REST API The first is using XMLHttpRequest to access the REST API and return the result. The following code demonstrates a basic example. var xhr = new XMLHttpRequest(); xhr.open("GET","http://xxx/sites/something/_api/lists/getbytitle('test')/items(10)?$select=...


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Based on all dialog above about this theme, please, follow the instructions bellow (at Microsoft Support Article): 1.Navigate to the site that contains the list or library that you want to change. 2.Locate and click the list or library you want to customize. 3.Click Site Actions, and then click Site Settings. 4.Under Site Administration, click Site Libraries ...


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The problem was solved, the problem was with my powershell.exe.config file it has incorrect assembly binding. so i ran Get-WFFarm command in powershell ise with WFM Run-AS account. Then it was worked.


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You can remove the servers (except WFE) from the farm by running the Configuration Wizard/using PowerShell/using Central Administration, and then uninstall SharePoint product from each server. Or you can just remove the servers by uninstall SharePoint directly using Control Panel. However, uninstalling SharePoint product does not really “clean” the farm/...


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If you run the config wizard on the WFE that is hosting Central Admin, you will have to option to remove Central Admin from the server in the wizard. Then all you need to do is run the wizard on the APP server and have it host the central admin site. On a side note I would not recommend using SP2016 for a new farm, I'd strongly recommend SP2019. SP2016 ...


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