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I have a List and default view for that list. Some of List columns contain sensitive information, that should be visible for some group (SharePoint group ) of users, others shouldn't be able to see those columns.

While I have custom add/edit/view forms for my list, and could successfully handle this in List Item form pages, I can't seem to handle this on AllItems.aspx page.

Is there any Out Of The Box solution for my requirement ?

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As far as I know this is not possible Out Of The Box, which is why some companies sell solutions for this kind of problems, such as SharePointBoost Column/View Permission.

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Tried adding link to the product, but was not able to. Probably considered advertisement – eirikb Sep 25 '12 at 10:40
I google it, and found web site, thanks for reply. – Michael Sep 25 '12 at 11:16

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