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Add the site to local intranet zone on a pc and see if the window is still coming - i assume your gpo does not work
If your're on SP2010 or above, a simple SharePoint Designer Workflow can be used to set the permissions when the file is uploaded/modified, based on the values. There's no secure mechanism to restrict access based on values alone (as in list views, client side coding, etc), you'll need to actually set the permissions specifically or place the documents in ...
Searching on the 0x80070005 error indicated it is due to permissions. Checked the "site collection administrators" for the site in question and the logged in user although having access to Central Admin, wasn't there. Made the logged in user a site collection admin and script was successful.
There are a few more considerations when you are hardening a Sharepoint box. Kerberos, SQL Aliases, firewall policies and fine grained permission policies on the box itself. I recommend that you take a look at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc288143%28v=office.14%29.aspx and get familiar with SQL Hardening as well ...
Open the list or library in which you want to view users and SharePoint groups. On the Settings menu, click Document Library Settings or List Settings. On the Customize page, in the Permissions and Management column, click Permissions for this document library or Permissions for this list. The Permissions: Securable object name page displays all users and ...
I received an answer from Dennis Guo on MSDN Forums here MSDN SharePoint He said "From your description, you want to make the Top Link visible true/false based on user permission. First make sure to enable the Publishing feature of your site. Once that is done we can use Security Trimming and Audience Targeting for your top link bar." More information: ...
It is not possible to use Outlook distribution list as a SharePoint security group. However you can convert the Outlook distribution list to an Active Directory Security group. Next you can import the Active Directory security group to SharePoint.
No this is not possible, you can use AD Users and AD Groups if you do not use a custom Claims-provider
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