Receive a read receipt for policies in SharePoint 2013

The way I approached these requirements was to have a simple custom list to facilitate assignment by the compliance officer and a workflow to create an item in a task list assigned to the end user.

The Compliance Officer creates a new item in the Assign Policy or Training list. This element consists of a selection of people (to choose which employees must confirm that they have read the materials) and a selection column with check boxes for which materials to read and confirm (for each of the different policies that require active responses different departments receive different training tasks and guidelines).

A workflow is triggered for this new element creation in the assignment list, creating a task for each user whose type (s) corresponds to what was checked off as needed. The workflow then sends each user an email with the conformance text telling the user what to do (follow this link, read the text, confirm the read).

The link will take you to the custom edit order form that has embedded the relevant materials (PDF file, video tutorial, etc.) and ends with a checkbox labeled "I've read and understood RequiredPolicyThing."

The Legal Department wanted a checkbox that prompts the user active Confirm that you have received and read the policy – count it as readable when you click on the link, without indicating that the link even worked for you (you may have had a browser issue with the PDF Embedding blocked?) Would not have met the legal requirements.

This was pretty easy to set up – and I've got a list of each user, the time he's been assigned, the timestamp he's confirmed, and a checkbox that indicates he's actively approved the policy. A simple view informs the compliance officer who did not complete it, and I've even pasted an overdue view (creation date plus X days and not filled in) for easy tracking.

2013 – SharePoint permissions for intranet site

I was wondering if anyone could help me decide how to best implement SharePoint permissions for the site I'm working on. I am using SharePoint Classic for Office365. It is an intranet site with different departments, which means that we have unique permissions at almost every level, or at least at the first level. An example structure of the site with the required permissions is as follows:

0-Home: Administrators (AD group); All employees (AD group)

1 employee: administrators (AD group); All employees (AD group)

2-HR: Admins (AD group); HR Manager (AD Group); HR staff (AD group); Username1 (user); adhocemployee1 (User)

3-Manager: Administrators (AD-Group); HR Manager (AD Group)

3 employees: Admins (AD group); HR staff (AD group); All employees (AD group)

2-IT: administrators (AD group); IT staff (AD group)

1-Non-Employees: Administrators (AD Group); All employees (AD group); All non-employees (AD group)

Where 0,1,2 and 3 are the different levels of locations, where 0 is the top level and 3 is the third level of the child site. Since the most important permissions we will use are Read, Contribute, and Full Control, I plan to create 3 SharePoint groups for each subsite. So 3 for employees, 3 for HR and so on. I am not sure if this is the right approach. Would it be better to assign permissions to all users / AD groups individually than to organize them into groups? We also have library-level permissions assigned to users / AD groups because users in our organization access them. This makes it a bit complicated and difficult to manage requests and send ad-hoc queries that repeatedly come in to access specific subordinate groups. Websites / Libraries.

My approach:

Authorizations for the HR base
HR administrators (group) -> full access -> users: administrators (AD group)

HR reader (group) -> read -> user: HR manager (AD group); HR staff (AD group)

HR employee (group) -> Contribute -> User: HR Manager (AD Group); Username1 (user)

The other approach to which I am not inclined is this:

HR Manager (AD Group) -> Participate

Username1 (User) -> Read

HR staff (AD group) -> reading

Administrators (AD Group) -> Full Control

adhocemployee1 (User) -> Read

I hope someone can tell me which approach suits my scenario better.

Thanks a lot!

SharePoint 2013 On-Premise Received an Error Accessing Subweb Server Redirected Too Many (20)

SharePoint 2013 On-Premise Received an Error Accessing Subweb Server Redirected Too Many (20)

It works fine when I try to reload the subsite with the same session.

It works for SharePoint On-Premise 2010, but the problem only occurs for SharePoint On-Premise 2013

and there is a problem only to access the URL of the subsite

The following is the error message:

(AxisFault): Server has been redirected too often (20)
at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance0 (native method) at sun.reflect.NativeConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance (unknown source)
at sun.reflect.DelegatingConstructorAccessorImpl.newInstance (Unknown Source) at java.lang.reflect.Constructor.newInstance (Unknown Source) at $ (unknown source) at $ (unknown source) at (native method ) at (unknown source) at (unknown source)

2013 – Different IDs for the Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application managed service

I'm working on Sharepoint On-Premises 2013. I'm trying to get the ID of the Health and Employment Data Collection application, but I have different IDs:

1] If I run this PowerShell, I get this ID: –

PS C:Usersspfarm.user> Get-SPServiceApplication -Name  WSS_UsageApplication

DisplayName          TypeName             Id
-----------          --------             --
WSS_UsageApplication Usage and Health ... 80ace510-005c-4786-86fc-bfd3848e2d79

While using this PowerShell I got the following ID: –

PS C:Usersspfarm.user> Get-SPServiceApplicationProxy

    DisplayName          TypeName             Id
    -----------          --------             --
    WSS_UsageApplication Usage and Health ... 21c44849-db6e-4be8-9d2e-84755dcc664a

So which IDs should I trust? or I have a problem in our farm?
Many thanks

2013 – Our application "Usage and Health Data Collection Service" is stopped

We have a local SharePoint 2013 server. and users have reported that the popularity trends report is always empty: –

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I read this link at and when running the suggested script: –

> $aud = Get-SPUsageDefinition | where {$_.Name -like “Analytics*”} 
> $aud | fl    
> $prud = Get-SPUsageDefinition | where {$_.Name -like
> “Page Requests”}   $prud | fl

I'm wrong for the "EnableReceivers" as follows:
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Also when I checked Central Admin> Application Management> Manage Service Application> "Usage and Health Data Collection Service Application", I noticed that it started as follows:
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You are not sure what is going on? the problem that the fix on this link is not an official fix, and I'm scared to let it go …

2013 – button & # 39; New & # 39; the document library

Question about SharePoint 2013/2016.

Ok, I've been able to change the content type for my library so that when I open a new document (Ribbon -> Files -> New Document), I'll open the correct Word template when I click it.

Users can create a folder / document using the New button. I want the button to open the same word template that's in the Ribbon? I attached a picture to explain what I'm talking about. This is the New button above All Documents.

1) I deactivated the folder creation also in the advanced attitudes.
2) I also searched the content here to see if someone asked the same question and found no results. (Possibly the wrong terms are searched)

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2013 – Create a main section for the same project

In our department we can make offers with different packages. These offers are sometimes just a device and sometimes discontinued. If the offer package (project number) has been submitted in a way, it should be written in the "Main Scope" column. If only one device has been sent, the name of the device must be entered in the "Main section" column.

How do I write this condition?

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exchangewebservices – Search in Exchange 2013

I'll tell you my problem.
We have an Exchange 2013 and we suspect that someone filters very specific data that is confidential.
I try to search for all these specific data in all mailboxes that are in this exchange. I have done several tests and searched a lot, but found nothing that would have led to results.

Any ideas?

Greetings and thank you