New answers tagged audience-targeting
An audience just allows for promotion to those members, its not meant to be a security tool. For instance, you may put a web part on a page with an audience of Group1. So that when Group2 login in they don't see the WP but Group1 do. Think of it as a way to classfiy data and surface information to the correct user groups. Visibility of items is controlled ...
There is a good post that can resolve your problem. Step 1: Create a document library. I’m naming it Restricted views. It is better to not show this library in quick launch because it’ll be used to host the all tasks view. Step 2: Now open SharePoint Designer 2010, go to All Files – Lists – Tasks and copy AllItems.aspx (This is All Items view) Step 3: Go ...
If you are still looking into it, may be worth confirming the user isn't in an AD group (which may be part of the sharepoint group), or has multiple logins (e.g. multiple domains) which means the user is still somehow part of the group. If you have confirmed the user is not in the group, you could try creating a new sharepoint group and pointing to that, as ...
Site Collection admins have the ability to see everything but it still adheres to audience targetting if it's being used. So in your situation, you'll either need to add them to the Site Owners group, or create a new Group for SCAs, don't grant the group any permissions and add them to the target audience in the navigation.
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