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MOSS 2007 Permissions

  Date: Nov 01    Category: MOSS    Views: 465

I am building a list for a customer.

The customer wants to assign permissions to their employees such that an
employee can access one item in the list only... no access to any other list
data.

I broke inheritance and gave permissions to individual list items to select
employees (one employee per item).

I made sure that ALL employees were in a group that had read access to all
lookup lists.

So far, every employee gets "access denied" when attempting to open their
list item.

Are we missing something?

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2 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered On: Nov 01    

It's almost impossible and very time consuming to do this.

You can try one of these solutions:
stackoverflow.com/.../programatically-add-user-permission-to\
-a-list-in-sharepoint
sharepoint.stackexchange.com/.../sharepoint-list-item-permiss\
ions

(Once you broke perm inheritance, you have opened another can of worms.)

 
Answer #2    Answered On: Nov 01    

You mentioned all users were in a group (I'm assuming a SharePoint group). How
about an impersonation step to remove the user from the group after submission?
I'm not sure if it has a step for removing users from a group but it's seems
like it's worth investigating.

 
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