Applies To: Office 365 Modern listviews support the addition of custom formatting for most field types. This is an awesome feature designed to make custom formatting simpler and less administratively difficult than packaged solutions. Unfortunately, the tooling is still very minimal. Users are given a simple text field within a panel to paste the JSON code and a preview […]
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Sharing anonymously with Office 365 groups is disabled by default. And no matter what tenant settings you apply in the SharePoint Admin Center or in the Settings module in the Office 365 Admin Center, you will not be able to share with ‘Anyone’. This is by design and though you may not like it, it’s purpose is to ensure that external guests or even group members can’t just create anonymous sharing links to your data.
The difference between sharing with Anyone and sharing with a Specific Person is that sharing with Anyone or Anonymously does not require authentication. It’s open and public access that anyone with the sharing link can access. You can read more about the specifics on sharing with SharePoint here.
However, for those of you who still want this ability, below are some steps to enable this feature using PowerShell. Follow the steps below to enable sharing with Anyone in your Office 365 group.
- Download and install the SharePoint Online Management Shell tool. This will allow you to connect to SharePoint online through PowerShell.
- Open and run the SharePoint Online Management Shell and type the following:
$userCredential - Get-Credential
- Please note that you will be prompted for your Office 365 admin credentials, and if you have Multi Factor Authentication enabled, click here for those instructions.
- Now that you are connected and authenticated, you will need to run the command below.
Connect-SPOService -Url https://yourcompany.sharepoint.com -Credential $userCredential
- Please note that you must replace the above url with your tenant ID which is embedded in your SharePoint (365 Group) address. It will look like this: https://yourcompany.sharepoint.com.
- Now that you are connected to your SharePoint Online tenant, you can now change the property to enable Anonymous sharing with Anyone in your 365 Group. Run the following command against the group site.
set-sposite -identity https://yourcompany.sharepoint.com/teams/365group -sharingcapability ExternalUserAndGuestSharing
- Congratulations! That’s it. Refresh your browser and the Anyone sharing should be available now.
You can read more about how to work with SharePoint Online via PowerShell using the links below.
Let me know if this has helped your tenant.
According to Business Insider;
The processor security flaw that has the tech world abuzz is already being fixed for Windows computers — but the fix doesn’t completely solve the problem, and right now it’s only available for those running the latest version of the operating system.
The security flaw affects Intel, AMD, and ARM processors. It’s been widely reported that fixing it could require most PCs to take a sizable performance hit.
Microsoft started to push out a patch for the vulnerability for Windows 10 computers on Wednesday afternoon. It plans to release fixes for Windows 7 and Windows 8 on Tuesday, according to The Verge.
Backing up your computer’s data should be your #1 priority. Having a backup of your data precedes protecting your data, sharing your data or even using your data. If you can’t restore a file after you have made any changes to it, then it’s lost and you can’t go back.
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Our family is very excited for the start of Advent. Last year we enjoyed a story called Ishtar’s Odyssey by Arnold Ytreeide which was a wonderful adventure across Persia as their caravan follows a star across the desert. You can read more about this and other books by Arnold at kregel.com.
This year we will be reading another book by the same author called; Jotham’s Journey. This is a widely popular, exciting story for the advent season, where readers follow ten-year-old Jotham across Israel as he searches for his family. Though he faces thieves, robbers, and kidnappers, Jotham also encounters the wise men, shepherds, and innkeepers until at last he finds his way to the Savior born in Bethlehem.
Are you doing anything for Advent? Does your family follow any traditions? Share in the comments below.
Below is a great post from USA Today regarding Seven Ways to make YouTube SLIGHTLY Safer for Kids. The last point mentioned is, “YouTube’s not for kids, REALLY.” Agreed!
You can read the full article linked below.
When you turn on Files On-Demand, you’ll see all your files in File Explorer and get new information about each file. New files created online or on another device appear as online-only files, which don’t take up space on your device. When you’re connected to the Internet, you’ll be able to use the files like every other file on your device.
Visit Learn about OneDrive Files On-Demand to enable this new feature.
More than 80 trustworthy books, DVDs, CDs, digital downloads, and Spanish resources available for $5 each. This special $5 Black Friday collection includes the following titles (and many more) while supplies last:
This holiday season, help struggling homeschooling families by using Clicks for Homeschooling (Clicks4HS) as your portal to shop at all your favorite online retailers.
By clicking on the link above, you will find links for retailers who will contribute a percentage of your purchase to the HSLDA. You shop, these stores give to homeschoolers in need.
Hopefully you can support families who are homeschooling this Christmas season! Let me know in the comments if you have any questions.
Intel has identified several security vulnerabilities that could potentially place impacted platforms at risk. Systems using ME Firmware versions 11.0/11.5/11.6/11.7/11.10/11.20, SPS Firmware version 4.0, and TXE version 3.0 are impacted.
In other words, if you have any of the following Intel Processors, you may be affected.
- 6th, 7th & 8th Generation Intel® Core™ Processor Family
- Intel® Xeon® Processor E3-1200 v5 & v6 Product Family
- Intel® Xeon® Processor Scalable Family
- Intel® Xeon® Processor W Family
- Intel® Atom® C3000 Processor Family
- Apollo Lake Intel® Atom Processor E3900 series
- Apollo Lake Intel® Pentium™
- Celeron™ N and J series Processors
For more information visit: https://security-center.intel.com/advisory.aspx?intelid=INTEL-SA-00086&languageid=en-fr