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By default SharePoint blocks certain file types like Exe, Dll etc. You can make this configuration from Central Admin web site.


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Thanks for clarifying. Based on what I read now, it sounds like there is the head of operations, who is the only person who can answer any question (list item) that is added to the list. This person should be able to edit the list items, but no one else should be able to do so, but everyone can read and add items. Based on that, you can create a very small ...


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Give item level permission to the users with Contribute . So that user can answer the question. For other users remove or give read permission.


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Not necessarily. They may contain partial or even full fixes for previous security issues as they use newer binaries, but unless the TechNet article states that it replaces a previous security fix, you must apply all security fixes from your previous patch level (e.g. SP1) to be up-to-date.


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First off Open IE browser run as administrator and login with admin permission. On the top wight hand corner of your site there is button to share the site. Click the button and enter the user login name to which you want to share. 4.then login with the user on which you shared the site and if you want PWA permission then follow the link below Set Up PWA ...


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I have had problems like this but in SharePoint 2010. I could see the user had the right permission but could not access the site. After playing around, clicking the users, checking permission for that the user, the user would just disappear! (No idea at all why) The fix was easy in that case, just re-adding the user. My suggestion is try to click the ...


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If you getting error "Sorry, this site hasn't been shared with you."? Please check below things. Might be because of cached credentials from a prior browser session. Try clearing IE cache: Open a new browser window >> Go to Internet options >> In the general tab, click the Delete button >> Make sure that passwords and temporary Internet files are selected....


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One more piece to add to that answer... I was installing from the server's IE browser but was failing with this error. Did the exact same process from a client IE's browser and then it worked.



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