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There is no encryption option on a list level. Lists have item level security built into them by simply going to the List Settings and clicking on the Advanced settings. From there you can set the Read option to Read items that were created by the user and the Create and Edit option to Create and edit items that were created by the current user. Also set the ...


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If i've understood it correctly, security scope as the sum of all the access in a document.So, for your examples, you always have 1. My examples: One list: Two items broken permission can be seen by user a ---> 2 security scope Two items broken permission can be seen by user b ---> 2 security scope Two items broken permission can be seen by users a,b ...


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You can create Email enabled security goups. You can then use that security group for permissions and send emails to it. We've done this in several instances over the course of my SP career. https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb123521(v=exchg.150).aspx


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You should use the Add-SPShellAdmin Cmdlet to grant such permissions for users on content DBs. You can remove the permissions via Remove-SPShellAdmin, or list the granted users via Get-SPShellAdmin.


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Add Active Directory users group to the Contributors group of the list. And add active directory "Admin" group to the Owners group of the list. Then go to List settings and select Advanced settings. In Create and Edit access, select Create items and edit items that were created by the user


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I checked this out today, and it comes down to the rule is broken for Claims-enabled Web Applications. Just validate that the account does have Full Read and disable the health analyzer rule (which the check and/or automatic repair will not work). PowerPivot Mid-Tier Process Account Does Not have Full Read


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The way you originally had it using the ItemAdded event was correct. There is just one step missing though - you can make the event run immediately by changing it to run synchronously instead of asynchronously. Details of how to switch the synchronous mode are here: ...


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You could utilize Web.GetUserEffectivePermissions method to gets the effective permissions that the specified user has within the web site. Example 1: Getting users by permission The first example demonstrates how to retrieve users by permission, in particular users who can edit list items (using PermissionKind.EditListItems): using (var ctx = new ...


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This can be done through Power Shell. Below is a sample snippet $site = Get-SPSite http://<<Site URL>> $web = $site.RootWeb $list= $web.Lists["Documents"] $list.WriteSecurity = 2 $list.Update() Refer these links for more information about WriteSecurity Property - ...


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There are a couple of ways you can approach this, and you'll need to do some analysis on your environment to determine what works best for you. I can think of two options: a brute force method using server-side object model and Search. Brute Force You'll need to grab a reference to each web aplication on your farm, and within each web application, ...


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I faced this same issue and fixed it, here's how. After following many of the same templates that you did from blogs and tutorials to obtain the code for the web.config files, finally when checking this older page I saw that the LDAPROLE provider should also have a few more attributes: ...


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What you are looking for is Anonymous Access, you need to turn on Anonymous access for the site and once you check-in and publish the pages.. You can open those pages as Anonymous access (without any user logged in) Please have a look at: How to Enable Anonymous Access on SharePoint 2013 site



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