What is the easiest way to stop anonymous users accessing admin pages such as: SiteCollectionDocuments/Forms/AllItems.aspx or _catalogs/wt/Forms/Common.aspx.
This is a public facing website using Sharepoint 2007.
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We have WSS3. I am a site collection admin. The SP server is at remote location at our vendor.
I can link from MS Access to all the cusom lists - lists created by users.
I can not link from MS Access to the admin lists, for example the Site Hierarchy list. This is https://mysite.com/_layouts/vsubwebs.aspx
I know this is a LIST. It has columns Site URL, Title, etc.
I need Read only access. How can I do it?
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,
I am site collection owner.I have created subsites with number of pages(140 pages) with inherit permission form parent site.After creation of subsite I want to edit subsite pages but I am getting Error Message
"Access Denied" on some pages.
Anyone please help me...
I am using WSS 3.0
I'm trying to use PGM sockets to send data. I can listen and receive data fine from a PGM socket using a non-admin account, but when I try to create a socket to send data I get an exception at this step:
socket.Bind(new IPEndPoint(IPAddress.Any, 0));
The exception is:
An attempt was made to access a socket in a way forbidden by its access permissions
Note that if I run the same code under an admin account it works fine. Is there a way to create a sender PGM socket without running under an admin account?
Reposted from SBS forum:
I'm currently planning an SBS 2008 Premium Edition installation for a client currently running a five old Win NT / Server 2003 machines to serve a small company (fewer than 50 people). A complicating factor is that one of their e-commerce websites
is currently served directly from their production SQL server - a security risk made necessary by the limitations of their e-commerce software. In the SBS 2008 plan I would like to protect the production SQL server from the Internet. My question
- is there a way of replicating the production SQL database in real time on a second SQL server outside the firewall? If not, what other options are available?
I'm not an SQL specialist so I'd also be grateful for links to useful web resources on the topic.
Thanks in advance.
Can anybody point me to documents that would substantiate the following assertion to my network manager:
"It's standard practice to have your SQL DBA administer the host server as Windows local admin (a VM in this instance)."
My network & servers manager wants me to document why I, the DBA, need to have Local Admin access to the production database and reporting servers. Part of the problem is that I sit with the application team, rather than net & servers.
However, I am an experienced production and development DBA in MS SQL Server (6.5 to 2008 R2) who has performed Windows local admin tasks in the past -- and will need to in the future.
Specifically I think I need local admin privileges in order to deploy and maintain the following:
SQL Agent b/u and maint. jobs; SSRS, SSIS, SSAS, 3rd party ETL (extract-transform-load), Log Shipping from production OLTP server to reporting server. Creation of backup files on local disk. SQL Server and OS performance monitoring. Start
and stop services. Some Active Directory administration (for logins and groups)
Can anybody help me substantiate why I need local admin privileges on the database server -- even though I don't have formal Windows System Admin training, experience tells me I need local admin access in order t
Can i restrict access to a particular page on my web site using roles or in any other way
Actually I am working on a project in which I have several webservices(.asmx pages) in which I have some webmethods. Now what I need to do is, securing the webmethods as well as the .asmx pages from anonymous access. Only application can use those methods or you can say those webservices.
Please give me some ideas or solutions or some sort of techniques by which I can be able to secure them from anonymous access.
A very Fast reply is awaited.
I have built an intranet site where the user is automatically logged in through Windows Authentication and I am now building an admin panel/section.
I was wondering if there is a way using the Active Directory memberOf attribute that people who are members of the group 'Domain Administrators' could automatically gain access to this section without needing to log in, but people who are not part of this group get redirected.
Any help would be greatly appreciated.