Download all files from library

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Hello everyone,

Today I’ll share a little PowerShell script I made some time ago. It allows you to download all files of a single library, looping through all subfolders. This script use PNP PowerShell .

It was done for Office365 but should work the same way for onpremise. You just need to update the parameter on the top and run it. It will prompt you for your credentials to access the site and then download all the files to the specified directory (creating it if it doesn’t exist)

Hoping this helps!

Christopher

 

Use default rendering in JSLink

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Hello everyone,

Today I will talk about the JsLink we use to make custom displays in our good old classic 2013 interface.

A typical example is the following

In this example, we change the rendering of the “AssignedTo” field with a custom html of our own.

This example can sometimes be too much for simple requests such as “I want to display this field in Read-Only”.

To do this, you can use the default SharePoint rendering!

I want to thank the person who took time to compile this really useful information!

For my part, my source is the following: https://sharepoint.stackexchange.com/questions/112506/sharepoint-2013-js-link-return-default-field-rendering

Hoping this helps !

Christopher.