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    Office365 public website and passworded folder

    Pretty new to Office365 and am looking at whether we could use the sharepoint website for the school website.
    One thing we want to do is have a passworded area, folder for newsletters etc, for some resources that parents can get to.

    Ideally what I'd like to achieve is just needing to be able to enter a password to access the resource.
    I'm trying the idea of creating a parent account in Office365 and allocating it just a sharepoint licence. When logging in this does not seem to present the account with the option to change password. But it might be possible to get around this.... Which we dont want.

    Thanks for any thoughts.

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    Update. Parent account with only sharepoint licence allocated can login at portal.microsoftonline.com and does have option to change password.
    So that option will not work.

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