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The best suited way of addressing your scenario will be as follows: Change the permissions of "everyone" to read only to the site so every one can be able to view the content. Create a new AD security group with all the required 300 users (one time activity at AD level) with out that shared login account. Now add the new AD security group to the ...


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Sorry it's been a while since I have not updated this but We had found out what this was. There were lots of site movements with export / import on this environment and actually although they were there, on the new destinations, in the background all the associated groups were orphaned after site was imported . so after a certain period a timer job was ...


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Assuming that you are using SharePoint 2013, the following REST api query will do the job: http://siteUrl/_api/web/getuserbyid(554)


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The point is: you open a new SPWeb object (i.e. you don't use the contextual SPContext.Current.Web managed automatically by SharePoint on each request). Therefore, no FormDigest can help here: FormDigest ensures security on POST request for the contextual SPWeb only. AllowUnsafeUpdates helps here because it deactivates the security checks (both for GET ...


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In SharePoint 2010 you don't have this option "adding external user". but you have couple of options. simply add him into the active directory and grant him access. AD LDS is a feature of Windows Server. While AD LDS itself is free, remember that your external users must have both Windows and SharePoint CALs. check this ...


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Sharepoint does not provide this functionality. Even if you restrict save or download by using Javascript or any medium. users can still take print screens . (Talking from security perspective of your document) Even with read/view access they can still download the document. Right solution for your problem will be integration with IRM. This comes with ...



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