SharePoint Online: User Permissions Audit Report for a Site Collection using PnP PowerShell

September 25, 2019    , , , ,
Requirement: Need a report to audit SharePoint Online site collection permissions. SharePoint Online: User Permissions report in a Site Collection using PnP PowerShell Auditing SharePoint Online Site permissions is critical for security as misconfigured permissions may enable users to access to data that they should not have access to. So, regular auditing of SharePoint permissions is crucial to minimizing the risk of data leaks and compliance violations. As there are no out of the box ways to generate permissions report, we can utilize PowerShell get list of effective permissions for your SharePoint site collections. This PowerShell script generates permission report on all objects such as SharePoint Online Site collection and its subsites, lists and libraries, folders and list items which has unique permissions on the given site collection. It scans through following securables: Site collection administrators group Given site collection and sub-sites with unique permissions
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SharePoint Online: Change Site Collection URL using PowerShell

September 18, 2019    , , ,
Requirement: Change Site Collection URL in SharePoint Online How to Change the Site URL in SharePoint Online? Previously, We had to create a new site collection and run a migration tool to copy all contents from old site to new site. Well, not anymore! To change the URL of the existing SharePoint Online site, follow these steps: Login to Modern SharePoint Admin Center >>  Click on "Active Sites" under "Sites" section Select the site collection you want to rename and open its properties pane. Click on "Edit" link next to site URL. Provide a new URL and hit "Save" button. You'll be prompted to enter the new name for the site. You'll get a progress message next, saying: "Updating site address". Wait for it to turn "Updated Site Address". That's all! Your site collection is renamed now! changing site URL can be done either through the SharePoint Admin Center or with PowerShell. Let's see how
SharePoint Online: Change Site Collection URL using PowerShell SharePoint Online: Change Site Collection URL using PowerShell Reviewed by Salaudeen Rajack on September 18, 2019 Rating: 5
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