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For the first part of your problem (leaving the files available for reading and not for editing) there is a much easier way which is by design. The assumed scenario is that all those files are word/powerpoint/excel documents (not PDF) It is best implemented when you have Office Web Application so you can set the security to VIEW ONLY (view on Office web ...
This answered my question: https://support.office.com/en-au/article/Edit-permissions-for-a-list-library-or-individual-item-5b900de3-9123-41c9-aa04-919ae6606d40 You break the inheritance, then remove all users, then add who you want.
I forgot to check-in the documents. Thanks kesava
its depend upon the you infrastructure, i.e you said different server and locations, but what about their domains. If you have different domains in your company then simply enable the trust between the domains will fix the issue. sharepoint 2013 you can use the external sharing feature. but you have to think about the license.Is Sharing with external ...
Only Office365 (sharepoint online, any license) allows you to add any person outside your active directory at no actual charge, provided they have an email (not necessarily a live.com one). Sharepoint on premise (of any version) does not allow that and you will always have to find a compromise between adding those to your AD or have a form based ...
First: Do not delete anything from the filesystem of a SharePoint-Installation Second: If the Folder is there, there will be a reason for it. Since the port is 500 UDP, I guess it will not be accessable from the web. Usually from the web only the ports 80 or 443 (both TCP) are accessable to webservers (depends on your Firewall Settings).
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