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johnpdmccall
post Nov 30 2017, 05:50 AM
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Hi Folks

The difficulty is I can't seem to be able to allow Guests to connect Access to SharePoint lists.

Set up is:
Access 2016 FE with SharePoint (O365) lists as Back End.

All works fine with my O365 login and password.
However it doesn't work if I distribute the Access front end to the guest, having already invited them as a guest to the sub site containing the SharePoint list. The guest has gone through the process of accespting the invite but if they ope the Access FE and try to authenticate then Access freezes.

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John
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RobKoelmans
post Nov 30 2017, 06:05 AM
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I presume, that's by design. You can share documents with guests, but you cant provide a guest access rights to a site collection imo.
What can't be done directly, can't be done indirectly with MS-Access, I presume.
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Rob
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johnpdmccall
post Nov 30 2017, 07:37 AM
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Thanks Rob,

I tried a wee experiment which seems to work:

1. Created a VM with Windows 10, no Office Programs.
2. Installed my FE Access accdb and opened it
3. Signed in using a guest (Hotmail) account to which I'd already given permissions on the subsite

This works fine

Next steps r to re-create the problem:

4. Close the Access FE
5. Cleared all history in Edge. Closes all Edge tabs.
6. Signed into a recently created free Office 365 account (using a new username and password)
7. Opened Access and tried to sign in using the Hotmail account - no joy - cloced Access
8. Cleared all history in Edge.
9. Opened Access and used the newly created 'guest' authentication. Seems good

So it seems that if a user already has an O365 account we need to use that as authentication if they are Accessing an Access FE- SharePoint BE setup on someone else's O365
Hope this is accurate and helpful to others. I've only tested is one.

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John
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