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 !
Keith Davies commented
Being able to add custom text to the page would make for a friendlier user experience.
Benoit Fournier commented
We should be able to change the page for a custom one where request would be handled. At least, provide a way to hook a process start a Flow / LogicApp.
J Lai commented
When are you guys going to update this?
This would be extremely helpful. Even if it is a text box that we can customize the message on the page.
Ervin Medja commented
or a possibility to forward to another address (ex. a registration form in Microsoft Forms) that triggers a flow for adding the new user to the page..
Jonathan Valdes commented
Access Denied page is not accessible to edit! that is totally insane!!!
Procedure and policies apply when someone require access.
Minimal the text box to set the instructions in modify access request setting should be a rich text box!
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
Daniel Goodacre commented
I'm moving our on-prem SharePoint to the the Cloud. But the Access Denied page needs to be accessable for redesign... One to get my email and name off of it and also to direct users to our CSS Help Line to request access.
When does Microsoft plan on allowing SP Admins to create their own Access Denied page??