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Open Site Settings -> Then Click on Site Permissions -> From Ribbon (Permission Tab) Click on Access Request Settings. This will open up a dialog window where you can specify the email address.


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Charles, the solution you applied should already have been in place, which means someone customised the permissions on the gallery. The Style Resource Readers group was designed for specifically that purpose. Its default members should be NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users and/or Everyone. When in doubt, check it all out. Compare the permissions to a newly-...


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There is a hidden list in your site collection at /_catalogs/users. See this explanation. If the user has yet never been assigned to a group, there is no entry for her / him in the list, that means there is no SharePoint user for the account. If the user is assigned first time to any group, the SharePoint user should be created first. If the user, who ...


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By default when we create a web application in SharePoint 2013, it gets created with Claims authentication. When we migrate the content DB to 2013, it recognizes the user account only in this format i:0#.w|domain\username . Though it’s an AD account it no more recognizes the Domain\UserName format. SharePoint assumes all users to be claim users and renders ...


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I spotted two issues here: Your running under elevated privlages (application pool account) and then your getting a new spsite object under system account using its token??? before all of that your getting the first spsite object but not disposing of that object awell! it could be that the application pool doesnt have the correct permissions todo what your ...


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If the list level settings are correct, it is possible that the individual items have stopped inheriting permissions. select the dropdown menu for an item and click manage permissions, check that the item is inheriting permission from its parent (the list)


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there is no support to edit pages via SPD anymore, not for Online version


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When you add permissions for a user to a list only (let’s say contribute rights) SharePoint will add contribute permissions to the list and also will automatically add Limited Access for that user on the site that contains the list so the user can navigate to the list. If you delete that ‘Limited Access’ permission for that user on site level then that ...


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I've solved it now. The solution was to first give the user group access to the sub site itself. Before I had given the user group the Permisson Level Read - but then they would be able to see all the links in QuickLaunch and go to the site. However, I found there was already an existing Permission Level with very restricted permissions Restricted ...


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Using Exchange Admin Center initiate a Message Trace. This will confirm whether the messages are being sent from SharePoint You can check the Quarantine and see it the email are there or not You can probably create a rule to bypass email from SharePoint (So no filter will get applied to those) Read more here


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Are you pulling information into the page from anywhere else? Any elements on the page that may pull information from say another library will also need to have permissions set so that the user can access them. You can check ULS logs for more details on the path and user that is denied as well. Make sure it's not referring to your anonymous user - which ...


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You have to specify the source parameter in the URL to get redirected to your site. To achieve this, you have two options. Create a link that will redirect the user to the originating site (the source parameter should be included in the access denied page) window.location.href = window.location.href.replace(//_layouts/(\d{2}/)?accessdenied.aspx\?/i, '/...


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Double Click your AppManifest.xml and hit the Permissions tab. Add the Site collection and request Full Control for your app


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when I provided contribute with delete then the error went away. This is due to versioning was enabled and user needs enough right to delete the old version and replace it with the new one.


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Confirm the following: Your masterpage is checked in & published Your page layouts are achecked & published Your users have read access to the Master Page gallery Your service accounts have the appropriate permissions assigned as per Account permissions and security settings in SharePoint 2013 The mentioned are the most common issue causers when ...


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For SharePoint 2010, this is the way to create your custom page. Quick and dirty way: Go to 14 hive folder and create a folder "CustomPages" Put your custom .aspx or HTML file there. For example, call it Custom_Access_Denied.aspx Run PowerShell command: $webApp = Get-SPWebApplication http://yoursite $webApp.UpdateMappedPage([Microsoft.SharePoint....


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Elevated permission will solve this issue. Make sure you create SPSite and SPWeb in the context of elevated scope as below SPSecurity.RunWithElevatedPrivileges(delegate() { using (SPSite site = new SPSite(siteURL)) { using(SPWeb web = site.OpenWeb(webURL)) { //web.Title } } });


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Follow below steps: - Login to the site using Farm Account OR Admin Account. - Go To Site Action >> Site Settings >> Site Collection Administrator - Add your user name to Site Collection Administrator. - By this you will have admin access for entire site collection.


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Looks like a side effect of the scripting capabilities being turned off in your tenant. Whenever you create a new tenant, the custom scripting capabilities are turned off by default. Now, it appears that even to change the Navigation, from say Structural navigation to managed navigation, or for any other changes in Navigation settings we need to enable the ...


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This is a known issue with this endpoint. It works only if you are site admin or owner. Instead of /_api/web/webs endpoint, you need to use /_api/web/getsubwebsfilteredforcurrentuser endpoint. It will give you a security trimmed list of sub sites. Modify your code as below: url = _spPageContextInfo.webAbsoluteUrl + "/_api/web/...


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The parent site or top level site of a site collection holds all of the "standard" bits for the whole site collection. All users In the site clloction will need read access to portions of the root site. Like the Site Assets library, or if it is a publishing site, the Style Library.


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I believe even with custom deployed web parts, the deployment location is the Web Part Gallery located at: ~sitecollection/_catalogs/wp/Forms/AllItems.aspx Since that gallery inherits from parent, it pulls in site collection permissions. IF you do decide to break inheritance on that library, I would recommend allowing all authenticated users 'read' ...


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I had to use powershell to set user policy. Looks like when I used Central Admin to set user policy it did not do the trick. The powershell superuser full and read worked. Access Denied from Migrated SP2010 -> 2013 Web App


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I found an answer here. Users with contributor permissions are prevented from uploading files with the following extensions: ASPX; MASTER; XAP; SWF; JAR; ASMX; ASCX; XSN; XSF; So my problem is in "aspx" extension of file I'm trying to create. This could be fixed by removing 'aspx' from WebApplication.WebFileExtensions collection.


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Using fiddler and my own test tenant I reproduced your issue. After adding the FedAuth and rtFa cookies to the request it succeded. This makes me curious as to what exactly you mean by "does not require extra authentication to succeed". As best I can tell from your request there is no initial authentication. I also verified that without the cookies I get ...


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I've never tried it in 2013. But in previous versions of SharePoint I know you can't just change the machine name on it. Well you can do it. But it's not as straightforward as just changing the machine name. Here's a blog I found which lists the steps required http://www.bluesphereinc.com/blog/renaming-a-sharepoint-20102013-server/


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I would begin by removing your "special permissions" and then re-test. It is very likely that your change is causing the issue. Next, to help us in troubleshooting, you need to clarify the difference between the "My Site Host" and "Personal Site". My Site Host - Contains pages that should always be "Public". This is where the user profile is viewed (Person....


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the files your accessing are on a local or shared drive eg C:/filepath that your looping through each item? from what i gather its giving you access denied to the file path location your trying to delete from! goto the folder location (my example its called filepath, so i goto C:/ and right click filepath) right click and select properties... security -> ...


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sounds like a right mess! first thing todo is get your sitecollection out of locked mode if it is in that mode: goto server -> central admin -> application managment -> within site collections area click on Configure quotas and locks -> make sure you have the correct web application selected and the correct site collection selected within the drop down. -...


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Found a problem! This can happen if custom Display Form (itself or any of its user controls) has SharePoint controls with "ControlMode" property set to "Edit" instead of "Display". If user have only read (but not contribute) permissions he'll get "Access Denied" message.


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