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Manage role-based permissions on a page

  Asked By: Lacy    Date: Dec 02    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 1690

I'm facing the following challenge:

I want to make a page wich contains several document lists, so far it's
easy.. Different groups are gonna use this page and should have different
rights on it.
For example the sales manager is not allowed to see document lists that
contains documents ment for the human resource management. The idea is that
more people are working on one case without having the rights to see and
open all the lists...some lists should be visible and accessible for only
one group. this rights doesnt have to be on item lvl... list lvl should be
good enough.

Making a page for every role is not an option, I also experimented with
audiences but this doesnt seem to solve this case since all the roles
already have permission to see the lists.. I hope someone has some



4 Answers Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Kristie Hardy     Answered On: Dec 02

A combination of list  or item  level permissions  on the files themselves
and audiences to display/hide list view web parts (if necessary) should
do what you are looking for.

Answer #2    Answered By: Shayla Mcbride     Answered On: Dec 02

It's working! now the page  is role-based  but.... I forgot to mention that
the page im creating is gonna be a template...the page is gonna be made
like 100(maybe more) times a year with everytime a different case. Which
means the rights  has to be set everytime. This is very time consuming and
takes extra training for the people  who has to create this sites..Because if
im right templates can't store the permissions.

The layout and permissions  need to be the same for every site that is gonna
be created. I think there should be a better solution without setting the
permissions manual every time.

Answer #3    Answered By: Jarvis Rowe     Answered On: Dec 02

When you say "permissions" do you mean roles or actual users/groups?
You should be able to use a site definition for either case, but the
latter isn't going to be very portable...

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