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    74 comments  ·  Sites and Collaboration » Document Libraries  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    Rob commented  · 

    There are some controls for disabling most sharing in the admin center. if you goto https://[domain]-admin.sharepoint.com, and then sharing on the left, you can completely disable external sharing and there are some controls on using links etc. I dont think it hides the share button completely, but you can lock it down so they can only get links that work internally.

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    818 comments  ·  Sites and Collaboration » Sites Management  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →

    Providing a consistent user experience across M365 that continues to function as expected is a very complex problem which we have been validating in a Private Preview Program.

    The good news is that we are once again able to accept additional nominations into the Private Preview. If you would like to nominate yourself you can do so at https://aka.ms/SPOTenantRenameNomination. Please note that a nomination does not necessarily mean that you will be accepted. We are reviewing these on a case by case basis and will only be in contact if accepted.

    For more information about renaming your SharePoint domain including the current limitations and process visit https://aka.ms/SPOTenantRename.

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    Rob commented  · 

    I think the SharePoint experiences team told a lie! One and a half years to think about adding a feature the on-premise version can already do? The only reasons I can think of for not allowing this in an enterprise environment are:
    1. They dont know how to do it
    2. They are too lazy to do it.
    3. They make too much money off the migrations and license overlaps

    None of these excuses are acceptable when they are billing us and our clients the equivalent of a new server every month. I have a medium sized client with 600 seats and they have just changed names and due to the nature of their business they are stuck having to pay out tens of thousands for a migration they shouldnt have to. The Directors are talking at me about going back on on-premise. Well done Microsoft, GG.

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