We are managing our security in Sharepoint (WSS 3.0) with AD groups instead of Sharepoint groups. This worked fine until now. For an unknown reason, one single user from an AD group cannot access a page (while other users from the same group can).
The group is also a distribution list in AD (so it's a security group and distribution list for emails). It includes several other distribution lists such as:
So far I never had any issue with that kind of approach, but yesterday we published a new web part page and wanted only the corporate employees to get access to it, so I broke rights inheritance on the page and added the L-All-Corporate-Employees group
with View rights.
As I already said, I tested with one user from the group (let's say from the L-Administration sub-group) and it works, now I receive an email from another user (let's say from the L-Accounting sub-group) which tells me he doesn't have access...
But they're all part of the L-All-Corporate-Employees group, so they should all
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