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Access to Pages in Multi-Page Meeting Workspace

  Asked By: Gaurang    Date: Apr 17    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2767

When I add a page to my multi-page meeting workspace, I am the only one
that can see it.

Is there any way to set permissions so everyone can see my page?

Everyone can see the three pages that are created by default but no one
can add a page that anyone else can see.



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Josie Barron     Answered On: Apr 17

I'm not much of a meeting  workspace guru, but might it be the standard "new
content needs to be checked in (or approved)" scenario?

Answer #2    Answered By: Tamika Cummings     Answered On: Apr 17

I don't think there's an approval requirement. These are "pages" in
page  library which is a little different from web part pages  that
are documents in a document library.

For example, in the meeting  workspaces, you can even create a web
part page; the option does not appear in the create menu.

Answer #3    Answered By: Linsey Bauer     Answered On: Apr 17

Have a look at this. It appears that the new page  is checked out by default,
and that checking it back in fixes the problem..


Answer #4    Answered By: Ivy Salinas     Answered On: Apr 17

The Egghead post sounds like exactly what's

Two Questions: My guess is that you can get to the settings to the
page library where the tabs pages  live IF you know the url. That
will be something like:


...Where that GUID is the GUID for the library. If I knew how to
figure out the GUID for the library, I could hack it into place.

Another question is that the Egghead guys thought to look at the site
content and structure page  and use it to check the pages in. Mine is
on a WSS site so, alas, no Site Content and Structure page.

The SPD thing seems like it might have some answers.

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