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(CM) Support tip>Term store creation in SharePoint online environments

Microsoft have made a security change to their SharePoint online admin centres,  specifically around the behaviour and governance of access by external users.

The MicroFocus SharePoint integration requires “everyone” to be a contributor on the created term store and without this access users will get the following error when attempting to create termsets via our configuration tool.

 

14/05/2018 2:35:15 PM 

Message: Error creating the term sets for Group HPE Content Manager(92) and Term Store Taxonomy_L8mHqmLpLZZPthqeJ6FUiA==. Details: Error creating terms for termset Record Types in group HPE Content Manager(WT) in termstore Taxonomy_ L8mHqmLpLZZPthqeJ6FUiA == for dataset ID 92. Details: Access denied. You do not have permission to perform this action or access this resource. 

Category: Exception 

Machine: BT09CM01 

Process Name: E:\Program Files\Hewlett Packard Enterprise\Content Manager\HPE Content Manager SharePoint Integration\bin\HP.Integration.SharePoint.DataStore.ConfigurationTool.exe 

Win32 ThreadId:2884 

They mention a workaround in the below tech article by adding external users to the new “everyone” group. 

https://support.microsoft.com/en-au/help/4089534/how-to-grant-the-everyone-claim-to-external-users-in-office-365  

Microfocus are working on a fix for this as a matter of priority

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