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Freigabe Word Teams außerhalb Organisation

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Hallo alle zusammen,

 

ich habe ein Word-Dokument in einem Team erstellt in MS Teams.

Dieses Dokument möchte ich auch anderen freigeben per Link, die nicht Teil der Organisation sind.

Dafür habe ich das Dokument in Word online geöffnet. Unter Freigeben steht, dass ich das nicht Personen außerhalb der Organisation freigeben kann. Diese Option ist von meiner Organisation deaktiviert.

Bei Sharepoint ist das selbe.

Ich bin Administrator.

 

Diese Seite habe ich mir angeschaut: https://support.office.com/client/results?ns=SPOSTANDARD&version=16&helpid=WSSEndUser_ODSPSharingOpt...

 

Wie kann ich das allen erlauben?

 

LG

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Hello, @FlorianKurrle !


When you create documents in Teams they stored in a SharePoint site which was created when you have created a Team.
So, in order to share documents outside your organization you should take a look at sharing settings/policies in SharePoint admin center.


You can find them in Classic SharePoint admin center > sharing > Sharing outside your organization

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or in SharePoint new admin center > Policies > Sharing > External sharing

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I suggest you to use at least "New and existing guests" sharing option.
It means, that people in your organization will be able to share documents with external users, but these users must log in to open the document.

 

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But I also suggest you to limit ability to share to the specific domains and completely avoid "Anyone" option which means anonymous access.

 

For more information, please take a look at this article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/turn-external-sharing-on-or-off


Sharing option can be enabled for the entire organization, but at the same time can be disabled for the specific site collection.
For more information take a look at this article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/change-external-sharing-site

 

In order to invite guests to your organization you need either to allow members to invite guests in Azure AD Portal:

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Or add specific users to the Guest inviter role.

 

Please take a look at these two articles:

 

I hope this information will help you.

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@FlorianKurrle 

 

Hello,

 

When you create documents in Teams they stored in a SharePoint site which is created when you created a Team.

So, in order to share documents outside your organization you should take a look at sharing settings/policies in SharePoint admin center.

 

You can find them in Classic SharePoint admin center > sharing > Sharing outside your organization

 

 

or in SharePoint new admin center > Policies > Sharing > External sharing

 

I suggest you to use at least "New and existing guests" sharing option.

It means, that people in your organization will be able to share documents with external users, but these users must log in to open the document.

 

But I also suggest you to limit ability to share to the specific domains and completely avoid "Anyone" option which means anonymous access.

 

For more information, please take a look at this article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/turn-external-sharing-on-or-off

Sharing option can be enabled for the entire organization, but can be disabled for the specific site collection.

For more information take a look at this article: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/change-external-sharing-site

 

BTW, sharing option can be enabled to the entire organization, but at the same time could be disable on the specific site collection.

 

In order to allow users to invite guests (when you share document to external user you are inviting this user to your organization) you can either enable members of your organization to invite guests or assign a Guest inviter role to the specific members.

 

Hoe to assign roles in Azure AD: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/active-directory/fundamentals/active-directory-users-assign-r...

 

Go to the Azure Active Directory > User settings > External users - Manage External collaboration settings

 

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And enable Members can invite:

 

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Please take a look at these two articles:

 

I hope this information will help you.

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Vielen Dank! Du hast mir geholfen!
Der Fehler war hier:
Ich musste die Seite öffnen -> Richtlinien -> Externes Teilen -> Jeder

Diese Sites werden aber in Teams erstellt. Bei jedem Team muss ich die Einstellung verändern.
Kann ich die Standard-Einstellung verändern für neue Sites?
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@FlorianKurrle 

 

Hello!


If you have configured org-wide sharing policies as described here https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/turn-external-sharing-on-or-off sharing policy applied to all modern sites.

 

I turned on sharing in my organization

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and got this:

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As you can see, there is only one site with disabled sharing, which is classic site.


When you creating classic sites (instead of modern sites, which are connected to the Office 365 group) they will not inherit org-wide sharing policies and sharing is disabled by default: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepoint/change-external-sharing-site#which-option-to-select

 

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If sharing is disabled for all existing modern sites (even if org-wide policy is enabled) - if I'm not mistaken, sharing may be previously disabled explicitly for each site.

Anyway, you'll need to enable sharing either manually (for each site) or using PowerShell: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/sharepoint-online/set-sposite

 

Here you can find brief explanation on how to enable sharing from PowerShell:

 

p.s. I'm sorry, currently I don't have a lot of experience with sharing in SharePoint Online. If I'm wrong, I hope someone could correct me or provide you with a bit clearer explanation.