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SPSV2: Best way to secure at a document level?

  Asked By: Jasmine    Date: Sep 25    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 645

SPS V2: Looking for suggestions on the best way to secure at the
document level. We are publishing catalogs, for example,
some of which have prices and some of which do not. We
want to secure those that have prices to a select set of
users. Since the documents are basically the same, we'd
like to have them in the same document library. Is there
a way to secure the documents with prices in this library?

If they have to be in separate document libraries, then I
understand that the only way to secure a library is to add
it to a top-level site under the portal. How, then, can
we provide a unified view of the price and non-price
document libraries?



1 Answer Found

Answer #1    Answered By: Mohini Tiwari     Answered On: Sep 25

I don't think there is way to secure  document individually. Security is
inherited from the document  library. The only way I found was to create
a different document library  and assign security at this level.

Does anyone have a better suggestion ?

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