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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.


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If I understand your question properly then, If you click Delete Unique permissions, then all the permissions you've set uniquely will be deleted. After breaking the inheritance, if you want to remove the groups then select the names of the groups/users and click Remove User permissions. The group/users (you delete here) will not be deleted but their ...


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As @spguy mentioned, having separate document libraries can also help. However, if that is not an option, you can consider using folders to limit the fine grained permissions.


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Are you limited to a single document library? Depending on what kind of content you are storing, is there any way to split them up and have multiple libraries? Are the 2000 documents that are submitted each year all of the same type of document that they cannot be separated? If you can split any of the documents up into active and archived documents, then ...


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To my understanding, when you enable rating feature in a list/library, Rating (0-5) column, a Number of Ratings column is also added to the list. Hence these columns will be associated with each list item. Technically, when a user (consider the user has contribute access) gives a rating to a document, the columns related to rating feature gets updated, which ...


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If you want to display a content to the user only with 'Full Control' permission level use the below snippet <Sharepoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl runat="server" PermissionsString="FullMask"> <div id="s4-ribbonrow" > </div> </Sharepoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl> Different base permissions EmptyMask : Has no permissions on the Web ...


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Try this #Variable for Web URL $WebURL ="Your URL " # Varibale to hold document count $count = 0 #get Web object $Web = Get-SPWeb $WebURL if ( ($web.HasUniqueRoleAssignments) -and ($web.IsRootWeb -eq $false ) ) { $web.ResetRoleInheritance() Write-host "Broken Inheritance Reset on web:" $web.URL } #Get Lists with Unique permissions - Exclude Hidden ...


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In SharePoint, when we upload a document to a library, the document will be uploaded to the library first and then it will pop up the document properties form for us to fill in the values. However, only a user who has edit items permission on the library can edit the document properties, so the form popped up for filling after uploading the document will ...


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REST is only going to give the users results to what they have access to (I'm surprised the lookup column actually works as they currently don't have access to the data). If you don't give them permission, they won't see it. Set unique permissions on the list so everyone has read access, except for a group that will be responsible for maintaining the data. ...


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May be your email id is given in Access request settings. Hence all the access request are coming to your mail. To change that: Go to Site Settings. Under Users and Permissions, click Site Permissions. On the Permissions tab, click Access Request Settings. In the Access Request Settings dialog box, select the check box next to Allow access ...


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No, if they can read the metadata about an Item (the Document is contained within the Item), they'll be able to open the document itself. But in this case, I'd suggest providing Full Read access on the User Policy of the Web Application.


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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.


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You could add a redirect script (what ever your code of choice is) on load to redirect them to a different page by adding a script editor part to the page. I know it's not an an iron clad solution but just another deterrent.


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Just an idea, you could create lists in order to achieve that. For example, you create 2 lists, A and B, grant permissions to some users to the list A and some to the list B. In the manager's case, you grant permissions to both lists, the items in those lists are the username/password. Also, it is nice that you can grant users read-only access so only users ...


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Check permissions only checks the permissions of the current object that you invoked Check permissions on. For example: If you do Check Permissions on the site, it will detail how a user has site level access only. If you do it on a document library, it will detail how the user has access to the document library only. If you do it on a file, it will ...


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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?


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Because inheritance is disabled, meaning it will not inherit permission changes in the parent. Permissions are either inherited from the parent or broken. If inherited, any changes you make to the parent trickle down. If broken, changes to the parent are not reflected in the object with broken permission. The groups created in the root will be available ...


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It's because you have break the inheritance. You can set individual permission for that group/user using Grant Permissions button in ribbon. Reference: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj219771.aspx https://support.office.com/en-us/article/Edit-permissions-for-a-list-library-or-survey-02D770F3-59EB-4910-A608-5F84CC297782?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&...


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Create a group add the user with edit permission. You can give the unique permission level to that library or document.


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when creating a group in sharepoint, there is an option for specifying whether or not outside users can see the membership of the group. My guess is that even if she is a member of the owning group, she can't see the group(s) membership because she is not the direct group owner and the option to not show members is selected. Try editing the group and ...


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Views cannot have security applied to them. They can have audiences. There is a difference in that you are not preventing access, but directing users to relevant information. As a point of note, search results of the list will return all results.


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You can set permission on the list level easily from the list settings page. navigate to the that page and under permission, you will have to break the inheritance and grant these people (direct adding of each of these individuals a read only access). Once you do that, all the list views will inherit the permissions from the list


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In OOB SharePoint, any user with read access can navigate to any views and we don’t have any permission which can be applied on the list view. Please refer the workaround for the same in below given link. How to set View level permission for a List/Library in SharePoint


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Please try to give "View Item" permission on your Document Library anonymous access via Library Permissions. Kindly check below image for your reference After doing this your documents have at least viewitem Permission on the document library so it will not ask for credentials for anonymous users.


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If you are using managed navigation instead of structural make sure that the Navigation Node Type is a Simple Link or Header, the Term driven menu items are not visible to users with only read permissions. You can find more info about it here: http://sharepoint.handsontek.net/2016/05/12/metadata-navigation-is-not-visible-to-users-with-read-permissions/



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