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Can each user have access to their own calendar in a SharePoint Website?

Posted By :Isha     Posted Date :July 26, 2009    Points :10   Category :SharePoint 
Yes there are two ways to do this,
* by creating a calendar for each user, or
* by creating a calendar with a view for each user.

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How customizable is the user-to-user access in SHarePoint?

  
User permissions apply to an entire SharePoint Website, not to documents themselves. However, you can have additional sub webs that can optionally have their own permissions. Each user can be given any offer default roles. Additional roles can be defined by the administrator. (More...)

Can each user have access to their own calendar?

  
Yes there are two ways to do this,
by creating a calendar for each user, or
by creating a calendar with a view for each user. (More...)

Can each user have access to their own calendar?

  


Yes there are two ways to do this,

by creating a calendar for each user, or
by creating a calendar with a view for each user

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Can I post any kind of document in Sharepoint Website?

  
You can post documents in many formats, including .pdf, .htm and .doc. In addition, if you are using Microsoft Office XP, you can save documents directly to your Windows SharePoint Services site. (More...)

How to make SharePoint website made available for public?

  
By default all the website created in SharePoint are private,However If you want your site to be a public Web site, enable anonymous access for the entire site. Then you can give out your URL to anybody in your business card, e-mail or any other marketing material. The URL for your Web site will be http://WebsiteName.wss.bcentral.comHence, please take special care to name your site.These Web sites are ideal for information and knowledge intensive sites and/or sites where you need to have shared Web workspace. Remember: Under each parent Web site, you can create up to 10 sub-sites each with unique permissions, settings and security rights. (More...)

Any User outside of organization to participate in my Windows SharePoint Services site

  
Yes. You can manage this process using the Administration Site Settings. Simply add users via their e-mail alias and assign permissions such as Reader or Contributor. (More...)

Are there any browser Limitation to use Sharepoint Website?

  
: No But, Yes. Microsoft recommends using the following browsers for viewing and editing Windows SharePoint Services sites: Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.01 with Service Pack 2, Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.5 with Service Pack 2, Internet Explorer 6, Netscape Navigator
6.2 or later.vabnix.page. (More...)

What security levels are assigned to users for a SharePoint Website?

  
Security levels are assigned by the administrator who is adding the user. There are four levels by default and additional levels can be composed as necessary.
* Reader - Has read-only access to the Web site.
* Contributor - Can add content to existing document libraries and lists.
* Web Designer - Can create lists and document libraries and customize pages in the Web site.
* Administrator - Has full control of the Web site. (More...)

When retrieving List items using SharePoint Web Services, how do you specify explicit credentials to be passed to access the list items?

  
In order to specify explicit credentials with a Web Service, you generally instantiate the web service, and then using the credentials properties of the Web Service object you use the System.Net.NetworkCredential class to specify the username, password, and domain that you wish to pass when making the web service call and operations.
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Sharepoint anonymous|create public website??

  
Make a Public Site in SharePoint Yes you can make a public site in SharePoint, and it is actually not too confusing.
On SharePoint you want to create web application in central administration.

Next find authentication providers, followed by selecting enable anonymous, and save.

Find web application management, select site, under anonymous policy, check deny write. Simple orders to follow to Navigate to Site:

Choose Site Action
Select Site Setting
Select Site Permissions
And then click Anonymous Access, followed by Entire Website, then OK.

Now close all browsers and go back into the website again. Once back in if you did everything correctly you will be browsing as anonymous!

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How customizable is the user-to-user access?

  
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How will you deploy an existing asp.net webapplication or website in SharePoint?

  

Ans. You would need to wrap the web application in a solution package in order to deploy it in 12 hive or say ShraePoint. It is recommended to create a feature first, and then wrap everything in a Solution package. See example Depoly a Custom aspx Page in SharePoint (More...)

How do you deploy a User Control in SharePoint ?

  

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