So I have this group called 'Clients' which has Contribute permission to the site.
In one of the lists in the site I am breaking inheritance on list items to only allow the actual client to access that record.
This is causing that client to show up on site permissions as Limited Access, although that person is already part of the group 'Clients' which has Contribute permission.
I thought Limited Access was just designed to provide users with no access to site, just enough access so they can get to the items that have been allowed access for them.
Well this is not the case in my scenario as they are contributors, so why is SharePoint adding them to the site permissions as Limited Access?
If I look at the site permission list, it is cluttered with entries.