Frustrated by the warning message on Windows computers “This file came from another computer and might be blocked to help protect this computer“? The warning appears when you try to open a PowerShell file that has come from a 3rd party.
Check Security section
Right-click on a single file and choose Properties and look for the Security section at the bottom of the window:
You can check the box (in Windows 10) or click the Unblock button (in Windows 7/8) to unblock the file.
Unblock multiple files
If you have multiple files and are unable to select them all at once, you will need to manage each file separately to unblock them. If the files were supplied in a ZIP file, make sure you always unblock the ZIP file before extracting the files.
Unblock multiple files with PowerShell
If you have multiple files an alternative is to run the following PowerShell:
dir -Path [directory path] -Recurse | Unblock-File
This is the second time I’ve been unable to access the Content Type Hub on a new Tenant as SharePoint Administrator.
The first time it happened, I thought it might be a one-off provisioning error and so I asked the Company Administrator (the person who create the Tenant) to grant me access.
This time I thought this might be in Microsoft plan to limit access. Having done a Google search and found solution posed by Jasper Ooosterveld. Apparently, he has had the same issue as a Global Administrator…
Because the Content Type Hub is a special and is not listed within SharePoint Admin Center you can use the following URL to add your SharePoint Administration account as a site collection administrators.
There have been numerous time I’ve need to publish multiple documents in one go. You could use PowerShell or better still the UI…
Welcome to the Site Content and Structure administration page: https://[TENANT].sharepoint.com/<SITE-PATH>/_layouts/15/sitemanager.aspx
The Site Content and Structure has been around since SharePoint 2007 and it really shows. But don’t let that get in the way of useful functionality. It is still available in SharePoint Online, even though the link has been removed from the Site Settings page.
Imagine you need to publish 50 site pages in one go:
Navigate to the Site Content and Structure using the URL above
Anonymous users are users who have a shareable link to a folder or document and can view or edit the document or upload to the folder (depending on the type of link) without having to log in with a username or password. Anonymous links can be freely passed around between users and are valid until you disable them or they expire (if you’ve set an expiration date).
Anonymous users cannot access sites, and you cannot assign them licenses. They can only view or edit the specific document or folder for which they have an anonymous access link.