I'm new to Microsoft Dynamics 365. I'm providing the local finance and operations environment of LCS in a sandboxed environment. It is now 24 hours and it still stands for provision. So I'm worried how long it will take me to finish.
We are two organizations
orgTwo.com, I have created a room in
orgOne Room and shared it with some of the people
orgTwo, The problem is that they can only see the events and details but can not book the room. There is an option that allows external users to book the room. However, this applies to anyone who knows the room e-mail. (Power Shell)
Get-Mailbox "MyRoom" | Set-CalendarProcessing -ProcessExternalMeetingMessages $true
I only want to enable the booking for people outside of our organization
orgOne If you are invited to the current room calendar, you can also book it. Is it possible other than the universal, as seen above?
Does anyone know how to use the Office Power Autemate task to copy events from Outlook 365 to the Google Calendar with a summer time zone (for example, Italy)?
I followed this link, but events are copied to my Google Calendar with a one hour delayed start and end time.
Sync the Office 365 calendar with the Google Calendar.
I tried to follow the basic instructions with this post (as this was the only one I could find). Http://www.sharepoint-insight.com/2016/03/21/step-by-step-sharepoint-online-authentiaction -process-over-http-protocol / # comment-47401
However, if I go to step 4, I get an answer that does not contain "STSAuth" but just returns
Status: 4, Login: Username @, NameSpaceType: Managed, DomainName :, FederationBrandName :, CloudInstanceName: microsoftonline.com, CloudInstanceIssuerUri: urn: Network: MicrosoftOnline, IsFederatedNSSuccess: "true
So I do not know how to continue the authentication.
I use VBA from Excel to output the calls
Any help appreciated
I'd like to create a development environment for SharePoint Online based Agile on Azure DevOps with Sandbox for testing and code review purposes.
We switched to SharePoint Online and I'm new to SharePoint Online Development. What is the best approach for SharePoint Online? We've added scripts and custom templates and Wfc services to the page. We also had a code repository to publish our code with an approval process for an azure DevOps pipeline.
I've learned that I can put scripts in SharePoint Site Classic. I am new to nodejs. Is it worth it to implement our solution in SharePoint Online, or do we have to start developing stand-alone web applications for our tools?
I successfully created a Map Network drive from my computer to my SharePoint Online site using the Connect to other credentials option.
However, when I tried to create a folder in this card drive, an error occurred even though the user has full control and permissions in SharePoint.
Could someone help or make a suggestion for this problem? Thanks a lot!
Someone has shared an OneNote document with me through Microsoft OneNote Online: How do I add it to my OneNote account?
Use case: I do not want to lose the file if the other person removes their OneNote document or closes the associated Microsoft Office 365 account (for example, if an employee leaves a company).
It should be possible to activate certain libraries for customers. Customers should be able to read documents / websites. A normal link should be shared with customers so they can access my wiki and visit some document / page libraries – customers should see it as a normal page.
So far I have only found that individual documents can be shared with guests. You can also authorize these guests like normal users in Sharepoint, right? External users must create an Office 365 account to access the pages / documents. That is not wanted!
My question summarized:
- a normal connection
- No Office 365 account required
- grant external users access to my wiki and to some libraries
How can I implement my requirements?
I would like to receive a link that I can share with my clients.
This link should allow external users to access my website. These users do not have an Office 365 account and do not want to create / use an account. You do not want to register anywhere, you just need to go to the wiki via a link in your web browser. There must be specific document libraries. This link is for external users to access my site. These users do not have an Office 365 account and do not want to create / use an account. You do not want to register anywhere, you just need to go to the wiki via a link in your web browser. There, certain document libraries are accessible to these external users. All access should only authorize users to view the documents, nothing else.
- Do I have to create subsites? Is this a good idea?
- Or should I create a hub site and connect sites to it?
How can I implement my request concretely?