SharePoint Online: How to Break Permission Inheritance using PowerShell?

Requirement: Grant permissions at list or library level to users and groups in SharePoint Online. The particular user group has read access at the site level, and the requirement is to provide edit access rights on specified lists and libraries. Break permission inheritance in SharePoint Online: When you provide permissions at the…

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SharePoint Online: Grant Permission to List or Library using PowerShell

Grant access to lists, libraries, and individual items in SharePoint Online: There are times you may want to grant permissions at the list or library level to users and groups in SharePoint Online. Say, for example, You may want to provide read access at the site level and edit rights on the…

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SharePoint Online: Add User to Group using PowerShell

Requirement: SharePoint Online PowerShell to Add User to Group How to add users to an existing group in SharePoint Online? Each SharePoint Online site comes with a default set of SharePoint groups, such as Owners, Members, and Visitors. You can add users to these groups so that you can manage group permissions…

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SharePoint Online: Delete a Content Type using PowerShell

Requirement: Delete a Content Type from SharePoint Online site. How to delete a content type in SharePoint Online? Have you ever created a content type in SharePoint Online and then decided that you no longer want it? Or want to permanently get rid of a particular content type as you are experiencing…

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SharePoint Online: How to Hide Columns from List using PowerShell?

Requirement: Hide a Field in SharePoint Online using PowerShell In a project request list, when a user fills the form, we want to hide the “Status” column by default and then have a workflow to populate the status of the particular request. Similarly, for the Edit column as well, but show it…

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SharePoint Online: How to Create a Group using PowerShell?

Requirement: Create a new group in SharePoint Online using PowerShell A SharePoint group is a container of users who share a similar set of permissions. SharePoint groups provide a convenient way to manage security as a group centrally rather than managing individual users. We can organize users into groups (up to 5,000),…

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SharePoint Online: Export List Items to CSV using PowerShell

Requirement:  Export SharePoint Online list items to CSV file from client-side. How to Export Sharepoint online list items to CSV? Do you need to export data from a SharePoint Online list to CSV for further analysis or use in another application? Microsoft has made this process quite simple. This blog post will…

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SharePoint Online: Get All Site Collections using PowerShell

Requirement: Get all site collections using PowerShell in SharePoint Online How to Get a List of Site Collections in SharePoint Online? A site collection is a group of sites, generally organized by department, project, region, function, or business units. If you’re responsible for managing a SharePoint Online environment, sooner or later, you’ll…

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SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Get All Subsites in a Site Collection

Requirement: PowerShell to list all subsites in a SharePoint Online Site collection. SharePoint Online: Get All Subsites using PowerShell How to get all subsites of a site collection in SharePoint Online? As a SharePoint administrator, you may need to get a list of all subsites in your SharePoint Online environment, and this…

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SharePoint Online: Delete Version History using PowerShell

The versioning feature in SharePoint Online allows you to access previous copies of a document or list items. By default, versioning is enabled on your SharePoint Online document libraries. When a user makes edits, SharePoint automatically creates a new version with metadata such as created by, Timestamps, etc. How to Delete Version…

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