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When you click on the column name in list settings it will not tell you whether it's a site column. If you enable content management on a library, go into the content type, and click on a column name, it will tell you if the column is inherited from a site column because you won't be able to edit it, and it will provide a link to edit the site column.


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When you add site columns to a list, it makes a copy of the site column into the list. That's how it works. Ideally you want to add the site columns to a content type and then add this content to the list. When you click on the columns in the list settings page, you can come to know whether it is site column or list column.


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The only approach I could come up with was to copy the list item, then delete the original as part of my workflow that gets kicked off by Policy. Because it then becomes a new item that hasn't had the policy run on it, it will fire again. I don't need to keep any history although I suspect it may even copy that, but I haven't checked. I also have the ...


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I have created\worked on this kind solution in the past many times. One thing that you want to avoid is to store the readership information in Sharepoint list. Regardless of the size of company you will start hitting Sharepoint Thresholds very quickly (say 10 policies updated yearly for company size of 500 means that after 3 years you will have 15k of ...



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