SharePoint Online: Export Access Requests Settings using PowerShell

Requirement: Export access requests settings for all sites in SharePoint Online using PowerShell SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Export Access Requests Settings (Email Address, Group Configuration) To export access requests settings from all sites in the SharePoint Online tenant, use this PowerShell: This PowerShell script gets the inventory of all access request settings…

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SharePoint Online: Disable Access Requests for All Sites using PowerShell

Requirement: Disable access request for SharePoint Online sites. How to Disable Access Request in SharePoint Online? To disable access request for a SharePoint Online site, do the following: Click on Settings gear >> Site Permissions >> Access Requests Settings  This takes you to the SharePoint Online access request settings page of the…

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OneDrive for Business: Configure Access Requests Settings at Tenant Level

Requirement: Set Access Requests Settings to all OneDrive for Business sites at Tenant Level. How to Configure Access Requests and Sharing Settings in OneDrive for Business Sites? We can configure access request settings for all OneDrive for Business sites at the tenant level. There are two switches available to set access requests…

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SharePoint Online: PowerShell to Change Access Request Email for All Sites

Requirement: Change Access Request Email in SharePoint Online. PowerShell to Change Access Request Email in SharePoint Online for a Site Collection: Let’s set access request email for a SharePoint Online site collection using PowerShell. SharePoint Online: Change Access Request Email Address for All Sites in the Tenant This changes access request email…

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SharePoint Online: Configure Access Requests Settings using PowerShell

Access Request Settings in SharePoint Online Access Request feature in SharePoint online allows people to request access to content that they do not have permission to. It also allows members of the site to send invitations to users who have no permission. Once the invitations are sent, the Site owner should approve…

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Manage Access Request Settings in SharePoint

Access request feature allows users to request access to sites and content. Access requests feature is improved in SharePoint 2013. Now, Administrators can keep a track of access requests. Enable access request SharePoint 2013 Site owners can enable access requests in SharePoint. To configure access request settings in SharePoint 2013, navigate to:…

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Fix “Sorry, this site hasn’t been shared with you.” Error in SharePoint 2013

Typically, if you don’t have access to a SharePoint 2013 site and access requests are not enabled, You get : “Sorry, this site hasn’t been shared with you” message when you try to access any SharePoint 2013 sites. Its a common issue and simply means that you have not been granted access…

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SharePoint 2013 Share Functionality – FAQs

Sharing functionality was newly introduced in SharePoint 2013, To enable non-administrators to easily make access requests either for themselves or to someone else. Its more or like an invitation to join the site. SharePoint 2013 share a site: To Share any site, Click on “Share” button in top right corner, type names…

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Report for SharePoint Access Request Email Configurations

Requirement:People are moving to different roles, Few left the company from time to time. Access requests are sent to those of that kind. It’s a problem! We had to monitor the access request configurations to make sure its sent to the relevant person. So, wrote this PowerShell code to generate the report…

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Change All SharePoint Site’s Access Request Emails with PowerShell

Some time back, I posted an article on Configuring Access Requests from SharePoint. Now, To take the control, Business decided to give the access control requests to the SharePoint help desk, instead of site owners. So, the requirement is: Update All SharePoint Site’s access request Emails to: SharePoint Help Desk’s Mail id…

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