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The biggest obstacle in doing what you want is that SharePoint 2013 dynamically builds the calendar table on the fly - and it's not a static table like in older versions. Not all of the cells have a class assigned to them, so you end up having to manipulate cells based on their position within the table, or maybe even their position on the page. See if this ...


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If the user for some reason is accessing it with a IE 64 bit you will not able to see Datasheet view (to check this is the case see if the user sees the button open with explorer as grayed out). Datasheet view works with Firefox and Chrome however I noticed that unlike IE, those 2 browsers do not allow PASTE into the datasheet view.


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1 - Create a List View 2 - Create a page and insert a list webpart 3 - Edit the webpart and point to created view 3 - Grant the permission to the page


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So, first off, yikes. My first question to a situation like that will always be, "Do we actually need a single library with that many things inside of it? If so, why?" Now, to the problem at hand. Why have it all in a single library? Why not create a second library and set permissions to grant read access to your read user group on that library? You ...


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Changing the extension to aspx from html worked. if are not willing to change the extension Just try below: List Settings--> Advanced Setting --> Opening Documents in the Browser--> Open in browser also you need to Set the OpenInClient feature for site collections In the SharePoint site collection, choose the Settings icon > Site Settings. On the ...


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If you have different permission levels for each of those group, you can wrap your content in an SPSecurityTrimmedControl. This will show/hide content for users based on their level of access. Unfortunately this will not work based on group name, only the resulting permissions that users have from being in a group, so if both groups have the same ...


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You can create the menu using JavaScript. Then you can use Client Object Model to check the group of the user. If you need help to check the group with JavaScript, try this link: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22122139/check-if-current-users-belongs-to-sp-group-using-javascript-client-side-object-m


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This can be done with the SPSecurityTrimmedControl if there is a permission difference in the 2 groups. <ul> <SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl PermissionsString="OpenItems" runat="server"> <li>Option 1</li> </SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl> <SharePoint:SPSecurityTrimmedControl PermissionsString="ManageLists" ...


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What I have done to solve this problem is by using following CSS: /* restrict time range */ .ms-acal-detail tr:nth-child(17){ display: none; } .ms-acal-detail tr:nth-child(18){ display: none; } .ms-acal-detail tr:nth-child(19){ display: none; } .ms-acal-detail tr:nth-child(20){ display: none; } .ms-acal-detail tr:nth-child(37){ ...



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