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You need to “Stop Inheriting Permissions” on that specific folder and then add peoples or groups to the same folder. Go into the specific list "List"-tab (in ribbon) -> Shared width In the "shared with" modal box -> Advanced Stop Inheriting Persmissions (ribbon) Then add person / group to the library ...


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In order to manage unique permissions for a Securable Object like List or File (via associated List Item) or Folder (via associated List Item) there is a common approach that you could consider: Break role inheritance for a securable object Add/remove the role assignment on the securable object [optional] How to: set unique permissions for a File via ...


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As it was already resolved in the comments: Could it be that these 2 mentioned users don't have access to the folder which contains the site logo? As a side note: Usually this kind of cases where site has multiple permission levels for users and some expected behavior can't be reached at some user levels, it indeed is about the permissions :)


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I dont think you can get this, as Site owners having the Full control rights and full control can Manage Permissions - Create and change permission levels on the Web site and assign permissions to users and groups. Unless if you create another permission level but i am afraid if you remove Manage Permissions then site owners will not be able to manager ...


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Although it's not exactly your case, take a look to this link, cos I think is related with your error: http://blogs.msdn.com/b/chandru/archive/2010/10/15/sharepoint-2007-getwebcollection-webs-asmx-does-not-return-webs-based-on-a-user-permission.aspx. Regarding the link, it seems that the method GetWebCollection, actually returns all the Webs, doesn't ...


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You can break the inheritance of the list, and set the users with a custom permission created by PowerShell with "Submit only" permissions. $spweb=Get-SPWeb -Identity "<site url>"; $spRoleDefinition = New-Object Microsoft.SharePoint.SPRoleDefinition; $spRoleDefinition.Name = "Submit only"; $spRoleDefinition.Description = "Can submit/add ...


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Make a group called Pages view group and app all users to this group. Give this group read permissions to your master page and css file in sharepoint designer


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Have you tried adding her to the Site Owners group for the collection? That would give her Full Control rights over the site without giving her access to the site admin settings. If you haven't yet then give it a try. If she still can't see the site collections with Full Control permissions then I suggest you check which pages and lists she can and can't ...


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Check permissions for a user or group for a site Open the SharePoint site on which you want to check permissions. On the Site Actions menu Site Actions menu, click Site Settings. On the Site Settings page, under Users and Permissions, click Check Effective permissions. On the Check Effective Permissions page, in the User/Group box, type the e-mail ...


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If you're talking about a list, not a document library, then you can do this: Go to list settings -> advanced settings -> Read access: Specify which items users are allowed to read select: Read items that were created by the user. Same setting for "edit access". On document libraries this option is not available, I don't know why. There you could try ...


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You could give each company their own site (under your top site), assuming you have Full Control over your own site. Then you can control the permissions for each site, if needed. You could also give each company its own site collection. If you do, be aware that permissions may need to be managed seperately on each site. (Permissions don't usually don't ...


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You could possibly create Audiences for your different groups, and then configure the different webparts to only be shown to specific audiences


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Our company contacted Microsoft, and this is by design. For security reasons you cannot set the permissions of an app by client side code



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