what if user creates a file / folder in Sharepoint Library Root via Windows File Explorer?

Background information: I’m new to Office 365 / Sharepoint online, trying to roll out the usage for our comapany. I like to move most important stuff from file server network share to Sharepoint Online. I already managed to create Team- / Communication-Sites so I can build a root structure for the files, and I found out how to sync them to the local machines. By activating sync for one of the sites Windows creates a new Library with an Enterprise Building as a logo, serving as root directory for the document folders of the synced sites.

And here comes my question: What if users (used to file server network share!) create a new file or folder in that Library root via Windows File Explorer? It will not sync back to Shatepoint because there is no site defined (right?). But Windows allowed me to do so: Any suggestions on how to handle this / how to prevent users from creating non-synced files inside their local Sharepoint Library?

Quick Launch Vertical Navigation Not Displaying In Internet Explorer

spent 2 days on this and can’t work out what’s happening. I’m using Sharepoint 2013. I added a vertical navigation to a page layout using the snippet – as I have working fine in other sites. For some reason the vertical navigation snippet displays no problem in Chrome but in IE it flashes on the screen for a split second and then disappears. Does anyone have any idea why this is happening?

Es File Explorer Pro Troubles accessing a smb share on ubuntu

With a Windows machine I can connect with ip user and password to some Linux shares. With es file Explorer Pro I get strange “server not found” messages. This is what I do: open es file Explorer Pro. Search the lan.(the machine is listed) Access the machine (I notice it’s getting all the shares listed) entering a folder gives a permission error. So I add the folder to es file Explorer server bookmarks and try to Access it again, but I get a “server not found error”. Then I edit the bookmark: (and notice it’s logging as anonymous user) so I set domain with the machine name, server adding smb://ip/share/ to the address , user and password. And still I get “server not found”. All the other machines some linux and some Windows are accessing Just fine. Except the android devices with es file Explorer Pro. What am I missing?

How to implement HTML with SVG to PDF on click of a download button at client side in IE(Internet Explorer)

Scenario: I’m trying to download a portion of a page in PDF format upon clicking download button.

I’m using HTML2 framework for conversion. since our page has html and SVG elements, to support in IE(Internet Explorer) we are converting SVG to PNG by using canvg and save-as-png frameworks.

We are able to generate the PDF but the performance is very low, It takes around 45 – 50secs on IE.

Suggest if any other approach is feasible for this scenario. And to improve the performance as well.

We are using Angular7. The current approach : Take a snapshot of the page and then convert it into a PDF.

Requirement : The downloaded PDF should have selectable text and images. Clarity of the PDF should be good.

Even if there is any solution in Java please do comment.

Other computers/customers of my Internet Service Provider appears under my “Network” section in Windows Explorer

other computers of my ISP appears here

viewing the network page

I could see many computers under “Network” section on the left sidebar of Windows Explorer, but I am the only one who uses computer on my home.

So I suppose all those computers are also using the same Internet Service Provider as me, and we’re both inside the same “local” network or so.

The network setup on my home is simple, just my computer connected to a Wifi Router, then to a fibre optic router/modem.

I don’t know if this is a security issue, but my feeling is that this is not a normal thing to happen.
So, is this a serious issue?

Other computers/customers of my Internet Service Provider appears under my “Network” section in Windows Explorer

other computers of my ISP appears here

viewing the network page

I could see many computers under “Network” section on the left sidebar of Windows Explorer, but I am the only one who uses computer on my home.

So I suppose all those computers are also using the same Internet Service Provider as me, and we’re both inside the same “local” network or so.

The network setup on my home is simple, just my computer connected to a Wifi Router, then to a fibre optic router/modem.

I don’t know if this is a security issue, but my feeling is that this is not a normal thing to happen.
So, is this a serious issue?

Why I am not able to authenticate with Microsoft Graph Explorer through Sharepoint Custom Web Part only in Edge Browser

I have deployed a custom web part on sharepoint online, in which I am authenticate with Microsoft Graph Explorer.

It is authenticated through Sharepoint Custom Web Part successfully in Chrome, IE and Firefox but not authenticated in Edge.

In Edge I’ve getting below error:

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description: "Invalid argument" message: "Invalid argument" number: -2147418113 stack: "TypeError: Invalid argument at Anonymous function (https://spoprod-a.akamaihd.net/files/sp-client-prod_2019-05-31.012/sp-pages-assembly_en-us_80b161431b1b8ce356b58dd5ab1df0cc.js:1178:42819) 

This is my method in which I found that at the time of calling microsoft graph explorer API(“https://graph.microsoft.com”), in Chrome, IEand Firefox the API provides the response, but in Edge it goes in catch part and throws error.

private _getListApplications(param): Promise<any> {   return this.context.aadHttpClientFactory.getClient('https://graph.microsoft.com')   .then((client: AadHttpClient) => {       return client.get("https://graph.microsoft.com/beta/applications",AadHttpClient.configurations.v1);       }).then((responseListAllApps: SPHttpClientResponse) => {          return responseListAllApps.json();          }).catch(err => { console.log('errr', err); }); } 

Backup and restore sharepoint 2013/2016 on-premises farms using veeam sharepoint recovery explorer

Yesterday I (as a senior sharepoint developer/admin) had a discussion with our IT admins and backup admins about their policy for backuping our customers’ sharepoint 2013 and sharepoint 2016 on-premises farms. and they mentioned that they use this tool https://www.veeam.com/microsoft-sharepoint-recovery-explorer.html to backup sharepoint databases + sharepoint application servers. where inside our farms we have an application server and a separate database server. so can anyone advice if this tool should be a suitable and reliable approach to backup and restore sharepoint farms? and cover disaster recovery scenarios? Thanks