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$SiteCollection = "http://site/sitecollection" $ADGroupName = "domain\adgroup" $SPGroupName = "My Test Group A1" $SPGroupDescription = "Test Group A1’s Description" $SPGroupPermission = "Read" #Start of script $site = Get-SPWeb $SiteCollection #Check if the group already exists if ($site.SiteGroups[$SPGroupName] -eq $null) { #Ensure Group/User is part of ...


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Did you check SharePoint 2013 Permission Report: Check Access Rights for a Specific User. I think this report in PowerShell can help. This are the parameters: Generate-PermissionReport $Userid $WebAppURL $ReportPath You can iterate web applications to call the report. Hope it will be helpfully.


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The official and supported solution is to iterate through all the web applications in the farm and then through all site collections in the given web application. For example, using PowerShell: $loginName = "domain\user" Get-SPWebApplication | % { $_.Sites | % { $_.Url; $_.RootWeb.AllUsers | ? { $_.UserLogin -eq $loginName } | % { $_.Groups } | % { $_.Name ...


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I have found the solution to assign permission to group: using (SPSite spSite = SPContext.Current.Site) { using (SPWeb web = spSite.OpenWeb()) { web.AllowUnsafeUpdates = true; SPGroupCollection grpColl = SPContext.Current.Site.OpenWeb().SiteGroups; SPGroup spGroup = grpColl.GetByName("myGroup"); SPRoleAssignment ...


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This article references that users must have Full Control or Design permission to be able to modify the quick launch (for 2007, but afaik, this has been unchanged throughout the versions). It doesn't explicitly say which of the permission masks enables it. Has your Site Members group had it's permission level modified? Based on this, they should not be able ...


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Why not using AD groups directly in SharePoint? They are a lot easier to manage, and you can assign permissions to them, the same way as you were using SharePoint groups.


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Tony, You can solve your task with ready-to-use solution from VirtoSoftware such as Virto Sharepoint Calendar. http://www.virtosoftware.com/products/collaboration/virto-calendar-for-microsoft-sharepoint There is also a free 30 days trial, so you can test everything.



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