How to Log Out User Sessions in SharePoint Online?

Requirement: Force Log Off all sessions of a user, as he lost his mobile device, which is logged in with SharePoint Online sites. How to sign out of SharePoint Online? As an end-user, you can sign out from SharePoint by clicking on the User icon in the welcome menu and clicking on…

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Limited-access user permission lockdown mode Feature in SharePoint

What is limited-access user permission lockdown mode? In SharePoint, users are automatically assigned to the “Limited Access” permission level when their account is granted exclusive access (unique permission) only to resources such as list/library/document, etc., within site, but not directly to the site itself. E.g., When you grant access to a List…

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SharePoint: Find Permission Changes using Audit Reports

Requirement: Get all permission changes in a SharePoint site collection. Auditing permission changes are critical for SharePoint Online security. Audit reports provide permission changes reports to track changes to security such as modifications to permissions, permission inheritance, group membership, and security-related events. This blog post will show you how to find permission changes…

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Configure HTML Field Security in SharePoint Online

Requirement: Configure HTML Field Security in SharePoint Online. HTML Field Security in SharePoint Online: IFrames can lead to JavaScript injection attacks. Hence, We have a security precaution in SharePoint Online to allow embedding scripts only from trusted domains. If you try to add an embed script from any other site, You’ll get…

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SharePoint Online: Change Idle Session Timeout Settings

Task: Set idle session timeout value for SharePoint Online. How to Set SharePoint Online Idle Session Timeout? Did you know that there is a session timeout for SharePoint Online? Well, Idle session timeout in SharePoint Online is a security mechanism that warns and sign-outs the user after a period of inactivity. By…

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SharePoint Online: Enable or Disable the “Everyone”, “Everyone except external users” Groups using PowerShell

Requirement: Enable or Disable the “Everyone” and “Everyone except external users” groups in SharePoint Online. “Everyone” claims in SharePoint Online consist of all users already having access to the site – This includes all accounts from the authentication provider (typically Active Directory) as well as any external accounts that are invited to…

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How to Make a SharePoint List or Library to Read Only Mode using PowerShell?

Requirement: Set SharePoint list or document library to read only mode. How to make SharePoint List to Read Only? There is no direct way to set the SharePoint list to read-only! The read-only mode can be set only on SharePoint site collections (How to Make a Site Collection Read-Only) or on content…

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Set Anonymous Link Expiration Settings for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Requirement: Configure Anonymous Link Expiration for SharePoint Online and OneDrive. How to Set Expiry for Anonymous Links in SharePoint Online and OneDrive? Anonymous links Expiration is a security best practice in SharePoint Online, and This allows SharePoint Online administrators to set the maximum expiration duration for items shared via anonymously shared links….

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