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  Asked By: Stevie    Date: Dec 12    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 818

The following problem occures when I try to manage my SPS using the
dashboard:

It's not possible to use functions like Check-In or Check-Out. This
doesn't depend on the user role. The only thing that works fine is to
delete documents. Therefore I've got to be author/coordinator, of
cours. To view the Version History is not possible. I just get an
error saying "Access Denied - You do not have permission to access
this item. "

Also it's not possible to personalize the dashboard. I get the form
to change my settings, but if I try to save the changes, the same
error-message "Access Denied - You do not have permission to access
this item." is returned.

There's no difference wheter I enable Basic Authentication or not.

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4 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Kameron Richmond     Answered On: Dec 12

This sounds like an NTFS permissions problem. It is irrelevant whether
you use Basic or Windows NT authentication  - if your permissions at the
NTFS level (on the directory) are set incorrectly, you will get the
error.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Kenton Ewing     Answered On: Dec 12

I just looked at the workspace directory in My Network Places, I just
have the possibility to define SPS roles (And these are are defined
ok, I guess). Is there a possibility to set "the real" NTFS-
permissions to the workspace od dashboard? I can't find something
like this...

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Lindy England     Answered On: Dec 12

you should have a look at the
NTFS permissions on the WSS database file, not the workspace.

The default place for the file is:
[SPS install location]\Data\Web Storage System\wss.mdb

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Upbrave C# expert     Answered On: Dec 12

The other thing  that you might want to check is the security at the
workspace level. In SPS admin, you need to right click on the workspace
and select properties. On the security tab, you will find the list of
accounts that have access  to the workspace and what roles have been
assigned to them. I have had problems  before where the NTFS security is
fine, but the roles defined within the actual Exchange database (where
SPS data is stored) are incorrect.

 
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