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I think it is to much work to create a solution to block the users. I would instead write a temporary message on the sites welcome page and temporary set the access rights for all groups (except Admins) to Read/Visitor. That way they will get informed of that you are "Working on it" and they will be able to see things but they will not be able to edit ...


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so it turned into an unsolved problem. I have removed the site collection and created it from scratch. It works now. So the problem was specific just for this one site collection and i have no clue why it has happened. Regards


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In SharePoint 2010 you don't have this option "adding external user". but you have couple of options. simply add him into the active directory and grant him access. AD LDS is a feature of Windows Server. While AD LDS itself is free, remember that your external users must have both Windows and SharePoint CALs. check this ...



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