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You cannot do impersonation or permission elevation in client side object model. http://sympmarc.com/2011/05/27/elevating-permissions-with-sharepoints-web-services/ http://spservices.codeplex.com/discussions/392133


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There is no explicit DENY when it comes to SharePoint permissions. In this case I would not use that particular group. I would create a new SharePoint group with all of the same members minus the individual(s) you do not want to have access to that page. I would stay away from assigning individual permissions on a user-to-user basis. You are absolutely ...


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You can add a Item updating event receiver to your list. In that you can add your business logic to avoid renaming the file. For more on event receivers: http://karinebosch.wordpress.com/walkthroughs/event-receivers-theory/ http://beginnersbook.com/2013/02/event-receivers-in-sharepoint/


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Current view dropdown from ribbon can be hidden through current view created in InfoPath. See this link and follow the steps: http://ovaisashraf.blogspot.in/2011/02/hide-current-view-dropdown-from-ribbon.html Note: It will hide only current view dropdown i.e. other views will have view dropdown in ribbon.


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Yes, this is correct. In our intranet we use disabling user to prevent unauthorized access. So the way this user references remain intact and guarantee the security of sensitive information. Hope this helps you.


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Use SP.SecurableObject.breakRoleInheritance method to create unique role assignments for Folder. How to create unique role assignments for a Folder using JSOM function getFolder(url,success,error) { var ctx = SP.ClientContext.get_current(); var folder = ctx.get_web().getFolderByServerRelativeUrl(url); ctx.load(folder,'ListItemAllFields'); ...


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For any site i.e. parent site or a subsite (that is not inheriting permissions from its parent).. Go to Site Actions -> Site Permissions -> In the ribbon find "Manage Access Requests" This is the email address being used to forward the access requests, you can change it to yours. By default, the owner/creator of the site is taken.


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Yes. You can always delete the existing permission groups and create new ones. But I suggest you first create the custom permissions and then delete the existing ones.


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Are you pulling information into the page from anywhere else? Any elements on the page that may pull information from say another library will also need to have permissions set so that the user can access them. You can check ULS logs for more details on the path and user that is denied as well. Make sure it's not referring to your anonymous user - which ...


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their are two methods: Use Powershell to create new permission level which have Add items but no View items. $spweb=Get-SPWeb -Identity ""; $spRoleDefinition = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPRoleDefinition; $spRoleDefinition.Name = "Submit only"; $spRoleDefinition.Description = "Can submit/add forms/files/items into library or list but cannot ...


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The powershell script below allows for enumeration through a SharePoint 2010 web application to identify all sites, document libraries, lists, folders and items for which the permission inheritance has been broken. This script should be executes using a SharePoint 2010 Management Shell on one of the SharePoint servers in the farm with an account allowed to ...


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2 things, Choggo already mentioned in his response that if their are certain properties then edit that proptery and select Do not Allow... 2nd method you just applied, You need to read this "If Create Personal Site is checked, users may edit their profile regardless if the Follow People and Edit Profile is checked. So the only way you can turn ...


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Which fields can be edited by a user is configured at the User Profile Service Application Profile Service Application > Manage User Properties > Select the Property you want to block > Select the Option


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I would check couple of things to identify the root cause. check the ULS logs / Event log during the time frame when you think permission removed. any special timer job / schedule task running on the servers? If user profile is configured then check when the synchronization job runs? all users are part of same domain? did they left and rejoin the company? ...


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You need to configure auditing for this. If you have already configured the auditing u=you can check in your audit logs . Otherwise you can configure it as follow: https://support.office.com/en-US/Article/Configure-audit-settings-for-a-site-collection-f5a346d0-ee0f-4412-a5e6-d9b5abaa1012?ui=en-US&rs=en-US&ad=US so that you can audit next time.


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I have done this before....for fun actually as a learning exercise in a SharePoint Designer 2013 workflow for SharePoint Online using the REST API. I'm sure that you know, but you need to make use of the 'Call HTTP Web Service' action within an App Step. Use this REST endpoint to break permissions on the item: /_api/web/lists/getByTitle('YOUR LIST TITLE ...


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I don't think this is possible from InfoPath rule perspective. There are some convulated methods for setting up lists with groups and checking that in your info-path form on load or page change and controlling which page actually is seen. I would probably just look at embedding some JavaScript on the page (either directly in the page via SPD or with a ...


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You can go to that List Settings--> Advanced Settings --> Set "Allow items from this list to appear in search results?" to No.Now these items will not appear in search results. Another option is to break inheritance and set Item level permission in that List. See this blog to know how to set item level permission using designer workflows. This will take ...


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I just found this same problem this morning, and resolved it :) The XsltListViewWebPart has a bug in it. The default XSL for the 'Edit' field calls a template called IfHasRight, which is defined in LAYOUTS\XSL\fldtypes.xsl. The comments on that template point out that it's actually checking for permission 2, ADD items. I wrote my own to check for 4, EDIT ...


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I am afraid you cannot achieve this as OOTB because you cannot assign distinct permissions to user in a Group. I.e if you create a SharePoint Group(defined at site collection level) and assign a permission level that will apply to all the user who are members of the group. What i am thinking, you can create another group called Members-1 and put the user ...


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Change your Members group to use Contribute instead of Edit (Contribute is similar to Edit, but without the Manage Lists permission). Unfortunately, the Edit Items permission will allow users to edit pages (pages are considered a list item in SharePoint). To prevent users from editing site pages: Go to your Pages/Site Pages library Break inheritance on ...


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try the below solution: Go to Central Admin. Click on the “Application Management” heading. Click on “Manage services on server”. Stop the service “Microsoft SharePoint Foundation Web Application”. This will take a little while to stop. Start the above service again. This should resolve the problem.


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You could create your own permission set, where you should set and assign to the users: Site Permissions : Add and Customize Pages Browse Directories Personal Permissions Add/Remove Personal Web Parts Update Personal Web Parts



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