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Sure, you can always brake the inheritance of a folder and assign unique permissions. See my other answer to a similar question: How to make a file read only in a folder?
You click the little ... ellipsis menu on the folder and click Share. From that pop up, click Shared With and from there click Advanced. On the corresponding screen, click the Stop Inheriting Permissions button to break permissions inheritance from the parent (the library). Set permissions as desired.
You already have libraries, so you best bet is use the script or manual. Couple of the really good script. You can use the powershell on the server. Copy SharePoint views to other libraries with PowerShell Another option for all new libraries(if you want new) then save as template old library then create the new one from it. lastly, you can do one by one ...
Go to site collection settings and check any customized permission level is created and manage alerts is not ticked and you have that permissions. Or check with the sharepoint version installed. Or check if the folder which you are trying is not stopped inheriting with top level permission and u might not have the full control permission over there. Just ...
Confirm that you have the Manage Alerts permission at the site collection level (by default only for the Owners group, I believe). If you have full control at the site level, I'd double check the permission levels to confirm the full control permission level hasn't been changed.
I assume you try to edit the item via: If that is the case then the following might help: In an InfoPath Form Library there are no dedicated InfoPath-forms for Edit and Display. What you have is the one InfoPath-form template that you have created, which is displayed when you create a new item or click the title of an existing item or click "Edit in ...
I too tried creating a folder using REST API as mentioned in MSDN site. I too faced the same issue, folder is getting created but when i view the properties of the folder the Name field is empty, but while editing the same, Name field gets the folder name as value. To investigate more on it i just tried creating a sample folder through UI directly and tried ...
When you open a document through the SharePoint UI with IE, it is being opened via an ActiveX control: <A onclick="return DispEx(this,event,'TRUE','FALSE','FALSE','SharePoint.OpenDocuments.3','1','SharePoint.OpenDocuments','','','','18','0','0','0x7fffffffffffffff')" onfocus=OnLink(this) href="/sites/MySite/Library/some.docx">some</A> When ...
Please check the full URL. The URL she is getting is the url of the library or the document. If it is document, probably document is having unique permission and thats why she is getting access denied. Try to check the permission of the document.
To remove Unique permissions on a folder, perform following steps: Click on ... to open ECB menu for that folder. Click on Shared With --> Advanced. Click Delete Unique Permissions in the top ribbon of the page. Click OK. The status bar for the folder now reports “This folder inherits permissions from its parent.” The name of the parent appears next to the ...
This scenario occurs if you have a one-way trust established and are performing a search with a user from the trusted domain. One Way Trust DiagramIn order to rectify this situation, you’ll have to configure your Search Service Application to store ACLs in Claims format. To do this, you’ll have to use PowerShell (credit goes to Sladecross for this). $...
Please check this blog https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/kb/2344518 It will fix your issue.
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