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0answers
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how do i add a column that shows what people/groups have access to that file?

I have many documents that have different permissions, I would like to have my users be able to see who else can see/edit the documents. I don't want them to be able to change the permissions just be ...
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1answer
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Disable/Enable columns based upon content of another column

In a custom list I have 2 columns. Column A is a drop down selection, lets say the selections are True/False for simplicity. What I want to do is have a second column that is either Enable/Visible ...
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5answers
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Permissions for List or Library Columns

Is there any way to give permission to a specific field of a list or library? I want one of my users for example cannot add or edit data in a specific column. Can I set permissions to the form and its ...
0
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1answer
284 views

SharePoint OM wont' read item property

I have a list item with one field Classes which is a multiple choice lookup. I want to implement an ASPX page which contains a ListBox which is filled with values from the Classes field. The following ...
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3answers
474 views

Column Level Security Products

I am looking for recommendations on products that handle column level security. What is the best product out there? Any input will be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
8
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9answers
24k views

Read-only column in a SharePoint list

I want to create a read-only column in my "Request Approval" Nintex workflow task that I sent to the user. I did the following: Created a column in my list. Field name: “Guideline” In the default ...
0
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1answer
271 views

How would I set permissions when column = *?

I need to set permissions where only certain users have access to view an item when the column equals a certain value. For example: User1 can't see item TV when Vendor = "Walmart". User2 is able to ...
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1answer
2k views

How to get Column Level permission in SharePoint 2010?

I require column level permissions in SharePoint 2010. In MOSS 2007 I was using SPListDisplaySetting. However, it does not work for SP2010. Anybody has an alternative solution?
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3answers
714 views

can i control who can view a column in a list, but still be able to edit the item?

I'd like people to be able to add items to a list, but for there to be 1 column in that list only visible/editable by the admin. Is this possible?