Edit accessdenied.aspx in SharePoint Online
I would like to be able to edit the standard page (accessdenied.aspx) when a user don't have the rights to access a SharePoint Site !
Jason Clark commented
Please can you provide a method to replace or customise the OoB server pages like this, so they inherit the branding of the site and not just look bland, or very un-user friendly.
Pleeeeeeaaaaaassseee can we have this editable!!
For the love of crying out Pete's sake; we need this!!
This is much needed feature, not sure why it is not there at first place
We need to create a Custom Access Denied Message for SharePoint Online. Microsoft, can you please assist!
Patrick Anderson commented
This page is going to cause a great deal of confusion for our end users. A way to customize it is crucial. Will anyone from Microsoft comment on this?
Ideally, it should not just be possible to change this for the entire tenant but on site collection level.
Being able to let the User know, what application he just tried to access, who is responsible and what the proper channel of requesting access is would be great. The build in access request that often ends up with an admin/service account is not helpful.
Nandhakishor Kuruppath commented
This is a must have feature
Sridhara Rao Pydisetti commented
Please let me know if anyone created Custom Access Denied Page for SharePoint Online.
Bryan Carroll commented
At the very least, allow the use of the custom message option to be expanded to use cases where we are not allowing access requests so we can direct users where to go, who to contact, or how to request access. As it stands if I want to put a custom message up, I am stuck with a big Request Access button and an editable field that a user can type in.
This is a nice touch but not does not work in all situations.
it is a must
Arie Verhagen commented
Customization of AccessDenied page is important in order to:
- avoid people to send access request from that page (instead of proper company procedure)
- apply company branding to the page
This page should be customizeable so it can be used to explain to users why they don't have access, what they need to do to gain access, etc
Even being able to remove the default response, "I'd like access, please", and making the field required would be an improvement. In my experience, users seldom replace this default response with a proper justification as to why they need access to the site.
Rajesh Peter commented
It's a must have please.
Prince Park commented
its a must
Rahul Kumar commented
An absolute must!!
@Microsoft Team - This is definitely needed. Please let us know
Andy Youngs commented
This is critically needed.
This is needed.