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InfoPath forms Read/Write/Save access

  Asked By: Grace    Date: Nov 12    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2171

I created an InfoPath form for our Remote Access Requests.
Bascially people request these tokens from the security team, they
allow people to dial in to the County Network. The form is saved in a
Document Library on a WSS site for the Security Team.

I've given all domain Users read access, to the form library. But then
they CANNOT SAVE it in the library.

If I give them edit rights it only includes: Add List Items, Edit List
Items, Delete List Items.

This allows ANYONE to have rights to DELETE anyone else's *.xsn in the
library...

Is there a better way to do this?

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Answer #1    Answered By: Gopal Jamakhandi     Answered On: Nov 12

I've had site  owners create a site group called "Submitters". This group has custom priviledges where they can add  objects but not delete.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Kyla Eckert     Answered On: Nov 12

Where does one create that type of group? On the doc library  it only
allows:

STANDARD
View items
View, insert, edit, delete  items
View, insert, edit, delete items; change list  settings
View, insert, edit, delete items; change list settings; change list
security

ADVANCED
Manage Lists
Manage List Permissions
Manage Personal Views
Cancel Check-Out
Add List Items, edit  List Items, Delete List Items
View List Items

If you go to the site  and Manage Users...you only have these options:

Guest - Can view specific lists or document libraries when given
permissions.
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.

Guest and Reader do not allow you to fill out the Form but CONTRIBUTOR
gives you full rights  to delete other people's (xml) docs.

If I do it at the SPS level above that would give  Add Item rights to
everything in the SiteDirectory?

Maybe I should just move the doc library to my custom /Surveys
Sub Area as I have it set up to allow Readers to Write?

 
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