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I got a script from this site http://www.mysharepointadventures.com/2011/08/powershell-script-to-display-unique-permissions-for-all-subsites-and-lists/ Syntax: <script name>.ps1 | out-file c:\permissions.txt #Add SharePoint PowerShell SnapIn if not already added if ((Get-PSSnapin "Microsoft.SharePoint.PowerShell" -ErrorAction SilentlyContinue) -eq ...


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In addition to what @kolten said users with "Full control", or control permission (Owners) can also view the items. They can change the list settings anyway, so hiding such items from them would not make sense. This also means anyone with the access level "Administer lists". I did a test, and it seems users with the access level to override/break checkout ...


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These items can only be viewed by the Site Collection Administrators, Farm Administrators, anyone with audit level access defined in Central Admin, and the user that created the item. You can edit Site Collection Admins from the option in the Site Collection Site Settings. You can edit the Farm Administrators in Central Admin. You can edit audit level ...


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To change the farm account you need to use stsadm, still. stsadm –o updatefarmcredentials –userlogin DOMAIN\username –password password


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Add farm account(s) to AD security group Windows Authorization Access Group. Added farm services accounts to the AD security group Windows Authorization Access Group, because in order for Check Permissions to work whatever account is running the background service needs read access to the TGGAU (tokenGroupsGlobalAndUniversal) attribute of the account being ...


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I had the exact same problem. The problem did not go away until I cleared the distributed cache using the Restart-CacheCluster command. I only needed to clear it once in order for the problem to resolve itself forever (using smaller expiration times)


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When you say each department page is a meeting work spaces. According to SharePoint, then its a sub site that is under the primary site or landing page. Make sure you had chosen to inherit permissions from the top site so that the person with full rights on the landing page will have the same rights on the sub sites as well. For your decision on whether to ...



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