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You can find the Groups for an User using the Web Service GetGroupCollectionFromUser. SPServices can help you; but it's using jQuery. Same thing with SharepointPlus. You'll have to send a SOAP envelope (XML) to the Web Service. The body of your AJAX request will look like that: var body = "<soap:Envelope ...


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All you need to change is the object where you add new role assignment, in you case: - change list to folder. Your modified script: function Add-SPPermissionToFolderGroup { param ($Url, $sourceFolder, $GroupName, $PermissionLevel) $web = Get-SPWeb -Identity $Url // $sourceFolderGets the folder that is located at the specified URL. ...


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I had same problem and found that it's working when you add user using following format :("i:0#.w|Domain\Username").


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In SP2010 the supported limit for number of SPGroups per site collection is 10,000. This does not mean that you cannot create more than that.But if you do create all operations in the groups like add,delete user to group will be slower. See this Software Boundaries and limits for SP2010


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Give specific permissions for the items in the list which the lookup field looks up in. Set group Green to be the only ones with read permissions on all the items in the list with the shade of green and they should only be able to see those in the lookup field.


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If your description is $description, you can try writing it as such. $header = "<STRONG><U>" $footer = "</U></STRONG>" $myHTMLDescription = $description | ConvertTo-HTML -Fragment -PreContent $header -PostContent $footer | Out-String If that doesn't work for you, take a look at these two links: ...



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