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Browsing libraries from different subsite

Posted By:      Posted Date: August 26, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

Two anonymous subsites. Contributor in subsite A needs to browse pages library in subsite B using link asset picker.  Do I need to add subsite A contributor to subsite B permission list? 

If I have 50 subsites.  Now I create a new subsite and the contributor in the new subsite needs to browse all other subsites library.  Do I need to add him to all other 50 subsites?


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