I was wondering if there is any way to access the folders in iCloud Drive through the Terminal, using commands to navigate in the filesystem?
I’m writing a CSOM PS script to create folders in a doclib, and set permissions on them.
Anything works fine except when the folder name contains a %
I am able to create the folder using ResourcePath, FolderCollectionAddParameters and AddUsingPath following this article
But I can’t get access to the folder using GetFolderByServerRelativeURL method.
The code is the following :
$folderurl="/sites/MySite/MydocLib/MyFolder %1" $rpFolder = (Microsoft.SharePoint.Client.ResourcePath)::FromDecodedUrl($folderurl) $CurrentFolder = $ctx.web.GetFolderByServerRelativeUrl($rpFolder) $Ctx.Load($CurrentFolder) $Ctx.ExecuteQuery()
And I get a “file not found” error.
Any help will be appreciated
Certain files/folders within Windows have attributes assigned to them by default that hides them from Windows/File Explorer unless the relevant settings are changed to display these types of files/folders from within the Folder Options dialog. What isn’t immediately obvious, however, is how Explorer would handle a situation whereby a user creates a folder with a duplicate name in a location that already contains a hidden folder – does it simply display an error message, or allow a folder to be created with the same name?
I use Google Drive File Stream for work, and there are certain mission-critical files that I need available for offline access. File Stream makes this easy: control-click on the file, and choose “Available Offline”. Great!
But where are these files stored? With the “old” Google Drive (now “Backup & Sync”) there was a Google Drive folder at the top of my user directory; this folder was always available, whether Backup & Sync was running or not, and Time Machine would back it up for me (if I wanted it to). With File Stream, I have no idea where those files are — when the program is not running the “Google Drive” volume unmounts from my system, and the files appear to be completely inaccessible; moreover I don’t think Time Machine backs them up.
Where is File Stream storing these offline files? Is there a way to back them up, or to access them when the program is not running?
In my SharePoint site, “edit properties” is greyed out , but only for folders , not for files.
I don’t know how to tell you what SharePoint version it is (if needed please guide me)
I am the owner of the site, which one of many sites of my company, so I have full control permission on the whole site
I am trying to find a way to create a flow that will delete folders in SharePoint but with a certain condition. I need the folders to be for example 10 KB or less in size. Can anyone help please?
I have setup MAMP on Windows 10 successfully. I want to work on WordPress sites locally and commit changes to the live site via Git.
Do I need to get the hosts, httpd.conf, httpd-vhosts.conf, and .htaccess working so that if I go to “www.mysite.org” in the browser, it finds the WP installation in the corresponding local folder (e.g. c:/MAMP/htdocs/mysite-dev/*) so that the local WordPress “thinks” it’s the live site?
If not, won’t that require me to rewrite all the absolute links from localhost/internal-link/sample.html to www.mysite.org/internal-link/sample.html?
If so, what am I doing wrong? Currently, when I go to
localhostin my browser, it shows the site in
c:/MAMP/htdocs/example1-local-folder-name/. If I go to
https://example1.org/it goes to the live site. My MAMP configuration is as follows:
127.0.0.1 example1.org ::1 example1.org
DocumentRoot "C:MAMPhtdocs" <Directory /> # "default" configuration unchanged Options FollowSymLinks ExecCGI AllowOverride None Order deny,allow Allow from all </Directory> <Directory "C:MAMPhtdocs"> # This is the only line I changed Options Indexes FollowSymLinks ExecCGI AllowOverride All Order allow,deny Allow from all </Directory>
(Above, do I need to delete the defaults under
#'Main' server configuration such as
<VirtualHost *:80> ServerName example1.org ServerAlias www.example1.org *.example1.org DocumentRoot "C:/MAMP/htdocs/example1-local-folder-name" ServerAdmin email@example.com ErrorLog "example1-error_log" CustomLog "example1-access_log" common </VirtualHost>
.htaccess (in c:/MAMP/htdocs/example1-local-folder-name/):
# I don't know what to put here aside from the standard WP rewrite block. # For now I have this file commented out
Thanks for any pointers & apologies if this question has been asked before.
I would like to create a share that appears to the user as a single share, however it is actually a combination of two separate targets.
I have a server with a D: drive that is backed up daily and is going to have recent projects, and the same server has a E: drive with older projects that are archived, read-only backed up to tape. There are several departments that have similar structures so I would like this to be more seamless than just creating shortcuts for all the folders. Also, there are cases as well where only specific files within a folder will be moved to the archive server, unknown to the user other than the read-only permissions.
My Share would look like this:
Basically the share would be a combination of the two locations.
I have tried a DFS namespace however it only chooses the server which is closet to the user and least busy… so only one of the two files/folders shows up.
please find the link for the reference to for the hover
<div class="popup-container"> <span class="popup-link">Hover here</span> <span class="popup-body popup-bottom"> <h3>Text here</h3> <p>Body of the hover</p> </span> </div>
So i thinking to display those files from library on that pop hover
Test1 library – text1 (on text1 hover i retrieve only test1 library files and folder) Test2 library – text2 (on text2 hover i retrieve only test2 library files and folder)…so on
Up until fairly recently there was a straightforward easy to find option in the share or get link settings that had a straight up ‘public’ settings for google drive folders.
Does anyone know the current way to do this?