javascript – SharePoint Calendar Date & Time (Restrict or customize)

Go into calendar settings and select Validation and put in the following code to validate the time between the (Start Time) and (End Time).

Example where the start time is >= 8am and the end time is <= 4pm.

=AND(TIME(HOUR((Start Time)),Minute((Start Time)),Second((Start Time)))>=TIME(8,0,0),TIME(HOUR((End Time)),Minute((End Time)),Second((End Time)))<=TIME(16,0,0))

Then add the following message in the validation user message box: Please select time between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM. All Day Events are not allowed.

To expand upon the numbered section of the code we have (8,0,0) standing for (8:00 AM) in (hours, minutes, sections) using the 24 hour clock numbering system. Feel free to adjust the time as needed. I threw in the note about all day events not allowed because it removes time and causes the validation to become false when no time is present in the start/end fields.

I found the answer on this forum and modified the code.

How to restrict power automate developer to access to only certain Azure AD group

Is there any way to restrict power automate developers to only to specific group for connections like Get group members ?

power Automate developer can view Group 1 ,Group 2 and group 3 but as
Administrator , I don’t want power automate developers to access the
Group 1 to see the members for security reason ?

version control – Is there any way to restrict the pipeline to deploy build artifact on feature branch push?

I have connected our bitbucket repository with the Acquia pipeline following Connecting pipelines to your Bitbucket repo.

I cloned the dev branch of our repo to local and checked out a new branch (dev-deeplink) out of it. After completing the feature, I push this branch to our Bitbucket repository create a pull request.

I have configured our webhook to trigger the pipeline on push event. So now the pipeline will start; if all the jobs run without any error, it will create a build artifact to pipelines-build-dev-deeplink and will push thus to acquia git.

Once the pull request is merged, the pipeline will again run; this time, it will create a build artifact on pipelines-build-dev. So I have two branches pipelines-build-dev-deeplink and pipelines-build-dev.

Is there any way to restrict the pipeline to deploy build artifact on feature branch push?

I want the pipeline to run on feature branch push, but we don’t want the pipeline to push that feature branch to Acquia git as pipelines-build-feature-branch-name. We the want pipeline to push the build artifact whenever we merge it to the dev branch.

Can I achieve it, or is it an expected behavior?

membership – Restrict discount usage on all products in paidmembership pro plugin for wordpress

I am trying to build an E-commerce website with memberships using WordPress. If anyone purchases the membership, they get 15% off on products 8 times a month.

I’m using the paidmembership pro plugin to achieve that. But my problem is that this plugin allows me to have a discount on all products when I have the membership but it doesn’t restrict how many times to apply the discount during the membership.

They have a code snippet for that on their website but I don’t wanna pay 250$ just for that snippet.

Is there any solution or any turnaround to make it work this way? any advice or suggestion would be highly appreciated.

How to restrict group node access to a user/member of an group?

It seems to me that, for what you’re trying to achieve, you do not need the “Page access” module. Instead only using the Group module it should be possible to get it to work.

Some basics about the Group module to be aware of:

  • Make sure you enable gnode, a submodule of the Group module.
  • For each group type you need to define the appropriate permissions (view, edit, delete, etc) for the various Content Types.
  • Every group can have users, roles and permissions attached to it (refer to “What are the various roles supported by the Group module?” for more details about that).

It seems that you would want to grant access to what, in Group, is called “Members”. But you woudn’t allow access to “Anonymous” (site visitors that are not logged it). However, you also need to think about which access you want to give to “Outsiders” (= logged in users who are not a member of a group).

With the above in place, it’s just a matter of assigning a node to a Group. So if the gnode submodule is enabled, you should be able to do so via a group-related field that will be shown on the node edit form, via which you can then select the appropriate group

More info

Refer to “How to create collections of content that can be accessed by users with various access levels?” for more info about all this.

users – Restrict admins from viewing subscribers admins are not overseeing

On our site, we have user hierarchies. User Admin A oversees users in Group A, User Admin B oversees users in Group B, and so on.

We need to ensure User Admin A cannot view users in Group B and vice versa.

This plugin used to have this functionality:
However, it no longer has the option to restrict if users can view other users.

Any help would be appreciated!

permissions – How to restrict editing SP Items from SharePoint UI?

I am making powerapps on SP Online, and I want users to only view and edit items via powerapps, and not from the SP UI. I am following 3 tutorials here

Steps to deny Power Apps users access to SharePoint data from the SharePoint UI

Restricting Power Apps users from viewing or updating the SharePoint List content from SharePoint GUI

I tried to make a copy of contribute and remove the “view application pages” and then set an account to that. However that account could still edit items in the list from the SP UI.

Does anyone know what’s wrong?

malware – How to completely restrict Steam in Linux to defend against remote zero day exploits?

i have pretty much closed up my Linux, and the only place left that has a possibility of remote exploit is Steam.

Now my question is, how can i completely restrict Steam’s processes and modules to only have access to what they suppose to, and not be able to do anything malicious, for example running bin/sh or accessing files that it shouldn’t?

Basically, even if steam has a zero day exploit and an attacker can get code execution in my machine inside the steam process via for example sending a message, i want it to not be able to do anything malicious. Is this possible?

I already installed AppArmor, but at least with the default configuration it only stops simple scenarios and doesn’t restrict a specific app?

18.04 – vsftpd – restrict users to custom directory not working in Ubuntu 18

I have an Ubuntu 18.04 server and I installed vsftpd.

I created a new FTP user following this tutorial:

I want to lock the user to the folder: /var/www/html/ but I am unable, no matter what I set in the /etc/vsftpd.conf file.

I tried for example these suggestions:


I also tried adding:




The user can login successfully but I am unable to lock it to any folder. Any advice will be great. Thanks.