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fine-grained permissions is when you break this inheritance for any securable object that is at a lower level in the hierarchy by editing the permissions (creating a unique permission assignment) on that securable object. We recommend that you use fine-grained permissions only when a business case justifies it. Fine-grained permissions can increase the ...


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Fine-grained permissions can influence security on a SharePoint farm. Potential performance issues can occur when you use fine-grained permissions. Assign permissions at the highest possible level (Folder instead of documents). As part of this strategy, consider the following techniques: Put documents that require fine-grained permissions in document ...


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You can do this in two ways Update Site Template and remove unwanted list types. This way user will never see them in the add new app dialog Use Web Event Receiver and cancel the event. This approach is not user friendly Once more workaround is to hide unwanted app from the new app dialog using JavaScript.


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I am aware about the Delegate Administrator group, but this is work fine for the service application but not aware if their is any for the Web Application. Creating a delegated administrator for a service application Choose administrators and owners for the administration hierarchy in SharePoint 2013 But their is no OOTB way to limit this role to web ...


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See http://blogs.msdn.com/b/kaevans/archive/2015/03/23/using-openid-connect-with-sharepoint-apps.aspx where I explain that the app is anonymous by default but a user cannot access content because of the way that TokenHelper checks first for a valid context token. If a context token is passed, you use the context token to obtain an access token. If that ...


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Do you have to use permissions to route your content to target your users? If not you can maybe use content by search webpart with query parameters to filter articles on users country in their profile? We have just done the same for an intranet for 18,000 users, targeting content based on location and organization.


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Have you thought about using Folders? That 50k limit is just a recommendation because performance starts to plummet after that point, but the limit refers specifically to unique permissions per container. Therefore you could divvy up the items into folders, and your solution will still remain performant. You would simply just apply the permissions to the ...


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The Web Page Security Validation feature helps enhance security by imposing a time limit on Web pages when a user submits information to the server. When a user tries to submit information to the server after the validation time-out expires, the user receives the error message that is mentioned in the "The security validation for this page has ...


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I am assuming that you are using your given code and SharePoint 2013 for your question. You are using SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate().. that means you can have full access to the operation which you are performing inside that code blocks, this will use Application pool credentials automatically to perform the operations. Take a look at MSDN ...


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For anyone in a similar environment, this is what you do: Add the AD group to any Sharepoint group you have on the site. Since you can't set the user properties of a group through the central administration tool, do it through Powershell. Fire up a command line with the sharepoint powershell commands added and do: Set-SPUser -Identity 'domain\groupname' ...



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