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http://server/sites/site1 is a different site collection. Go to the central administration. Select the site collection under the web application and add the account in its list of administrators.


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Two things you can get the access to the site collection: add your account into the Policy of the Web App. this way you will access all site collections in that web app. Or you can go Central admin > Application Management > Change Site collection Administrator...select the web app and then site collection and change it here.


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In Sharepoint 2013 one thing called App Step and that it is a mechanism provided to developers of SharePoint 2013-platform workflows (Designer workflows or Visual Studio workflows) to elevate permission of the workflow. you have to do following steps. Allow workflow to use app permissions. Grant full control permission to workflow. Develop the workflow to ...


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It appears I was simply missing accurate domain information. My "user" variable changed to include the domain name and user name combined allowed me to finally remove a user from the group. function deleteClick(arrayPos){ var group = userArray[arrayPos][0]; //group name var user = userArray[arrayPos][1]; //user.name var domain = ...


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Permission Level is the different permissions you can add to a SharePoint Group such as read, edit or full control permission level. Typically all authenticated users have read permission level on a SharePoint Intranet Site, and content authors have edit permission level to enable them to create content. Site Owners, those who administer the site, typically ...


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PirateEric's comment is correct. Though, it's not that SSRS respects item level permissions, as SSRS is just making calls like any other app. So it's entirely the responsibility of SharePoint to implement permissions. If SSRS makes the call as a user with access to everything, then the report will have everything. If SSRS makes the call as the current user, ...


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You can check the web configuration file and see the navigation provider class name. It should be C# code which basically creates those menu items, you can check user permission and then choose to show or hide.


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Here are the steps if you want to do it without changing code. Click on "Site Actions -> Site Permissions" On the ribbon select the "Permission Tools" tab and press the "Permission Levels" button under the "Manage" group on the far right Click on the "Read" Permission Level Scroll down to the "Personal Permissions" section and check the box for "Manage ...


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Sharepoint workflows have always run under the context of the user who initiated the workflow process. There were ways to run as the system account in 2007 but that was removed. In 2010 there are impersonation steps that allow actins to run under the context of the person who publishes the workflow. I believe the impersonation steps exist in 2013 as well.


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The user doesn't have access to one or more CSS files, most likely corev15.css is one of them. To confirm, you could use Fiddler or the F12 developer tools in the browser to record the network traffic to see which specific files to showing an access denied message. But let me take a guess: Corev15.css is available to all users by default. Perhaps someone ...


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Create a new RoleDefinitionBinding, object set the type of permissions to it and add it as parameter to RoleAssignments of list item: using System; using Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; using SP = Microsoft.SharePoint.Client; namespace Microsoft.SDK.SharePointServices.Samples { class BreakSecurityInheritanceAddUser { ...


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You can add another view in the page which shows all the documents and set the Target Audience of the that web part as admin only so that only he can see that view.


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If you only want the users to be able to work with documents, you can break the role inheritance on the document library. Then you give the editing users higher permissions only on that library and not on the whole site. Details on how to break permission inheritance is found here



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