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Minimum permissions to allow users to respond to survey

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 02, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
Morning all,

I have created a survey which has been authorised to go live.  I am looking to give an AD group with a few hundred users access to the survey so they can respond.
However, I am finding it difficult to create a custom permission level (this will be used repeatedly throught our SharePoint environment) that allows the user to access the survey and successfully submit their repsonse.  I can get the users to the survey and when they click respond.... it shows the first question.  When they click on Next, it shows access denied!

I can only get this working if I use contribute or full control but I don't want the user's going in and changing the q's/deleting the survey etc etc.

Does anyone know the minimum permissions to allow what I require?


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