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We've run into the same issue couple years ago, turns out the email address you add to the Access Requests settings must be an actual user that have access to the site. The way we handle it on our site is that we have a dummy user set up as site collection admin to make sure that user has permissions to the site and then in exchange we have a mail rule set ...


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We have to understand how SharePoint works... We are trying to access a subsite here without any permission to the parent site collection. Its almost like trying to access 2nd level floor with the main gate closed. Please grant Read access to the user at the top level site collection and give required permission to the user at the subsite2. @Arko has ...


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OK, I have finally fixed the issue, in SharePoint Designer I went to All Files > _Catalogs > masterpage then I selected all files within the masterpage folder and did a bulk checkout then a bulk checkin and publishing a major version. My standard users can now access the subsites which were previously failing with access denied messages. Not sure which ...


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Solved! I made some mistakes while configuring AAM URL's! After reseting the AAM-URL's, deleting the old IIS-Websites and creating new IIS-Websites and using these as AAM it started working again


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If the pages reference, even one item from somewhere where you don't have rights you will get access denied. Run browser tools and start a network trace when you access the page. You should see all the requests being made for the page and resources. Review those and you should be able to see which element is being requested (and from where) that you can ...


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I had same issue. I simply had to provide global read access to the master page library. Site actions > site settings > Master Page and page layouts > Library tab > Permissions. Add All authenticated users to READ ONLY.



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