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i want to know what is the difference between creating a folder content type and creating new folder in a list.
After creating a Floder Content Type add this to list i am little bit confiused ,means i can also do it by creating a simple folder to the list.
any help regarding this will appreciated...
This month Ted Pattison presents an overview of programming security and permissions for Windows SharePoint Services 3.0.
MSDN Magazine February 2008
With the recent
security advisory issued by Microsoft for all ASP.NET applications it was highlighted by
Scott Gu that SharePoint applications are at risk also. Scott provided a link to a script which would run on your web-server to determine if there are ASP.NET applications installed on it and if it was vulnerable or not. I ran this script on my SharePoint
server and noticed the following web.config files highlighted as being vulnerable:
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\template\layouts\web.config
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\template\images\web.config
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\12\isapi\web.config
C:\Program Files\Common Files\Microsoft Shared\Web Server Extensions\wpresources\web.config
Could I follow the instructions provide by Microsoft in the alert and modify these files? If not, how do I protect my web applications from this threat or are they at risk at all?
I am using sharepoint 2007 sp2, it has been workig fine for the past 8 months but since one of the developers installed .net 4.0 framework, every time we create a new sharepoit publishng site or extend and existing application the home url displays an "Unknown
File Type" security warning message and asks users to download the file. If i manually tupe in the full url
http://www.mysite.com/pages/default.aspx it is displayed correctly. I have uninstalled .net 4 from the server but i still have the same error. I have tried to replicate this error on
a development server but sharepoitn works fine on that even with .net 4.0 installed.
Has anyone had the same issue ? I would appreciate any suggestios or help with troubleshootig this issue.
The permissions of a Folder in my Sharepoint 2010 library have become corrupt
The permissions cannot be edited
When "manage permissions" is selected for the folder the following error occurs
Troubleshoot issues with Microsoft SharePoint Foundation.
Correlation ID: 761c6efa-d7f9-4d34-ac2b-e0bbb609f82c
Date and Time: 10/8/2010 12:20:14 AM
The folder cannot be deleted
When a attempt is made to delete the folder the following error occurs
Even when using the site administrator account
Hi All - Can any one provide me user guide on sharepoint 2007 security groups,Audience targetting,Backup and restore options. If you already developed one for your firm. I need one very badly. I started doing one but I am new to administration part please
give me doc you already have very helpful to me.
I have a calendar where we register all the software releases and the respective team effort (in hours).
The ideia is to create a workflow with 4 steps:
Step 1 - New entry created in the calendar (workflow starts) by an user with approval permissions.
Step 2 - The assigned user edits only the fields that he has permission to do it. How can I do this?
Step 3 - After the assigned user (from Step 2) fills the information, the user from step 1 approves the change.
Step 4 - If the assigned user (in step 4) tries to change the aproved entrie change it must not be possible. How can I do this?
I have inherited a sharepoint distribution from a previous set of contractors, which I am now trying to set up for a developer hired to fix a few bugs in custom code.
This sharepoint installation consists of a farm that includes the following:
192.168.1.1 - Not Configured
192.168.1.2 - Windows Sharepoint Services Incoming E-Mail, Windows Sharepoint Services Web Application
192.168.1.3 - Central Administration / Excel Calculation Services / Office Sharepoint Server Search / WSS Incoming email / WSS Web App
192.168.1.4 - Office Sharepoint Server Search / WSS Incoming email / WSS web app
SQLCluster - WSS Database
I have a development machine with a single install of sharepoint / mssql 2005 that I would like to set up as a test server for code/database changes
I set out thus to export (stsadm -o export etc.) a copy of the live site, and import it into my test server. This gave me a lot of errors regarding features, which I looked up to be custom solutions that were not installed, so I installed those, and attempted
the import again, this time another error regarding features missing. I checked the features/template directory and noticed on live there are a few features that are not listed in the solutions panel, these look to be mostly custom webparts
I have a requirement wherein I want to give a group permission to add document but not to edit them. I have already created a custom permission group. But the issue is that my document library has custom fields.So when a user of that group uploads a single
document he is redirected to EditForm.aspx and when he clicks "OK" he gets access denied error(understandably). So I created an event handler to give the user edit permission on item adding and removed the permission on item updated. But now when I add
a new document, a new folder or upload multiple documents, Item Updated event is not called and thus the permissions for that group are not removed.
Any ideas how to achieve this ?
Dear All !
I have assigned only the following Special Permission Levels (out of the 33) to users in a simple Document Library:
With these, the users can list the content of the DocLib as its needed, but my problem is they can still open the items. I want them only to see the list of items, but prevent to open them.
If i remove the View Items rights they lost the ability to view the list of items in the DocLib which is not desired.
Could anybody give me any hints how to setup such thing.