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I have created a sharepoint portal and customized it. I have created my own master page and there are many webparts implemented. This has been hosted in a MOSS server. When a normal user is trying to access the portal first thing in the morning, he is getting
a "You are not authorized to view this page" error. But when a site admin access the site, there is no issue and he is able to access the site. The site admin does nothing in the site and once he has logged in to the site, the user is able to access
the site without any trouble.
I have tried to look into the master page gallery and has given full access to the users for "Style Resource Readers" user group. Even now the user is facing the same issue.
Kindly help in this regards,
We have sharepoint 2010 internet facing sites where inside custom master page we have security trimmed control which hides site actions for general users.
Now we have anonymous access enabled. So any body can access this site.
Now even if user is author or from intranet , he can not see site actions as we do not have any sign in link.
How to automatically show site actions to users from intranet and with proper rights and hide siteactions to anonymous users?
I have just installed SharePoint 2010 on a Windows 2008 R2 server. It works fine from the LAN but I cannot access it from the Web. I have my router configured to forward all port 80 traffic to the virtual server so the problem is not there.
When I try to connect via the IP address or FQN that points to the same IP, I get a "Cannot Display the Page" error.
I have done this before and it worked fine but I'm missing something in the setup with Windows 2008 to allow external access.
Appreciate any help.
I am using Sharepoint 2010. I have several lists whose view includes the column "Edit (Link to Item)" in the default view. I am the site admin so when I view the list the "Edit" column appears with the small "paper and pencil" icon and it works
I needed some users to only be able to view and edit existing items (not add or delete). So I have created a site level permissions that I copied from "Read" and only checked the "Edit Items - Edit items in lists, edit documents in
document libraries, and customize Web Part Pages in document libraries" under Lists.
This new permission level does allow users to see the edit menu item on the standard "Title" hyperlink dropdown, but in the"Edit" column there isn't an icon or any clickable link to edit in the column. Only from the menu. Its as if the icon won't
appear if I don't give them Add capability which is what I don't want.
Thanks for any tips,
I would like to create a new site on Sharepoint, Access to the site is required by both internal and external users, so it means they will be few people outside the domain that we need to give access to the site.how to achive this.
thanks in advance.
WeÃÂ have created a MS InfoPath form with it's corrsponding SharePoint Document Form Library, but would like toÃÂ restrict the access to the SharePoint Document Form Library. After the user completes and submits the forms then he/she should not be able to go into the SharePoint Document Form Library and view the form. In order to allow users to fill out and submit an InfoPath form, Contributor level access is required to be granted. But Contributor level access allows them to view not only the form he/she has created but everyone else's which is not acceptable in this particluar situation. The solution we've come up with is to grant Contributor access to the SharePoint Document Form Library when the Submit button is pressed using stsadm grant the user Contibutor role. Then remove the access once the submission is completed.
We would be interested to know if there is a better process to accomplish this task. And, of equal importance, the coding that is required to execute this task.