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Unfortunately, you can neither extend groups (SPGroup) nor create hierarchies of SharePoint groups. You can achieve something similar via a custom SharePoint list, adding your metadata as columns to the list, store the reference to the SharePoint group in a Person or Group field, and create hierarchies via a lookup field referencing other 'group' items from ...


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This wouldn't be supported. Instead, enable Site Collection auditing in the target Site Collection(s). While there is an explicit 'permissions' audit setting, you may also want the Edit Items audit setting as that will capture changes to SharePoint Groups.


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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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You can try 3rd party solutions from Virtosoftware (List Form Extender) or from Kwizcom (Column/Field Permissions)


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Stop inheritance & remove all permissions on the list and assign the permission to User on List : SPList list = web.Lists["myList"]; list.BreakRoleInheritance(false,false); // break inheritance & remove parent permissions // Now assign permission to "user1" SPUser spUser = web.EnsureUser("user1"); SPRoleAssignment roleAssignment = new ...


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Open Items is the permission which give the export to excel access. In the "View only" permission, "View Versions" is ticked but "Open Items" is not. I think this is the difference here. I managed to get the "Export to excel" button to be disabled by making an exact copy of the "View only" permission by clicking the "Copy Permission Level" button at the ...


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For 2013, Check this out using (var ctx = new ClientContext(webUri)) { var currentUser = ctx.Web.CurrentUser; ctx.Load(currentUser); ctx.ExecuteQuery(); Console.WriteLine(currentUser.IsSiteAdmin); } Greetings


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I think you should try the Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication, What i am reading that you can set the Service administrator with the above command. See this Example: Set-SPMetadataServiceApplication -Identity "MetadataServiceApp1" -AdministratorAccount "contoso\username1" -FullAccessAccount "contoso\AppPoolAccount1,contoso\AppPoolAccount2" -RestrictedAccount ...


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Can you check whether your IIS AppPools are running as Network Service or LocalSystem? If so - it's probably a good idea to change those and use a domain account instead of permissioning your Web Front Ends to access SharePoint Databases. See this thread for details. Hope this helps!


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To manage permissions of a site you would go to Site Settings -> Site Permissions. From here you can manage who can read, edit, contribute, etc. across the whole site. For your other examples it seems like you want to set permissions on a specific item (folder, web page). For that you need to find the item in its library. When you find it, click the ...


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Break permission at list level and provide desired permission to user at list.


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Best way to add Authorization to a Custom Action button in SharePoint Designer is to add the required rights access in the "Rights mask:". For a list of available Rights Mask that you can use see: https://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/microsoft.sharepoint.spbasepermissions.aspx.


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For 2) you can create a custom permission level - contribute but not delete. Assign that to folders 1 & 2. Should work as required


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If I understood your requirements correctly, the only way to achieve this is with an event handler. This will require some development effort as it is not possible with the OOTB features of SharePoint, however it is really easy to accomplish.


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You can definitely do this by breaking the permissions of your subfolders. If you set Folder 1 and 2 to view only you can then open the subfolder and break the permission inheritance from the ribbon. You can then grant access to users or groups at the appropriate access level (Contribute should do it). Updated your diagram below. Root |---- Folder 1 ...


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The user must have delete permissions to rename files/folders. Reference: https://sharemypoint.wordpress.com/2007/12/21/cannot-rename-file-if-you-dont-have-delete-permission/



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