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Sub site permission

  Asked By: Jim    Date: Jan 14    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 2146

I am working on a intranet portal, we have different subsites.......but when the user log in to the site, directly they have to go to the subsite, not to top level site. Is it possible to give permission in this way.If possible, please let me know.

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Answer #1    Answered By: Shelley Reese     Answered On: Jan 14

i think its not something to do with permission.

if you dont have any root site  collection , create a new plain IIS site
eg: http://server1 and configure its home directory to redirect the URL to http://server1/sites/sitecollection/subsite1

now from client access http://server1 , it will redirect to http://server1/sites/sitecollection/subsit1

is that what you mean ?

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Omar Arnold     Answered On: Jan 14

actually we have site  collection. In that only we developed few subsites...........our target is, when a ( few users) user  logs in to site.......he/she shouldn't go to top  level site but has to go to some subsite:..........if it is not clear, again I will give  u a scenario.

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Christen Roberson     Answered On: Jan 14

why would you want to do that?

Just use a redirect web part- logic of the web part as soon as somebody logs in they will be redirected to the subsite, but this will fail in so many scenarios.

Best is put a IIS redirect, when some request comes in with URL A, it gets converted URL B.

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Faith Delgado     Answered On: Jan 14

actually we have site  collection. In that only we developed few subsites...........our target is, when a ( few users) user  logs in to site.......he/she shouldn't go to top  level site but has to go to some subsite:..........if it is not clear, again I will give  u a scenario.

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Amrita Durgude     Answered On: Jan 14

If we use IIS redirection , then its applicable for all the users who are accessing http://servername , you cannot filter the request for a few users usig IIS redirect.

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Maricela Conway     Answered On: Jan 14

Hey just break the inheritance of your subsites  and add the users in the subsites only and provide them the urls of subsites. they wont see the root site.

 
Answer #7    Answered By: Vinay Thakur     Answered On: Jan 14

in this case the end user  should use the URL of the subsite  , if they try to acces the root site, it fails with access denied

am i right?

the goal to use the URLof the root for all users but for some of the users it should redirect to the subsite

 
Answer #8    Answered By: Shameka Rich     Answered On: Jan 14

In this requirement, not all the users need to be redirected. Thus the IIS redirection is not possible.

1. Use the Personalization webpart on the root site.
2. Maintain an XML file to update the forbidden users.
3. Get the current login user  id from the 'UserprofilebyID'.
4. Compare the current login user agianst the user Ids in the XML. If positive, redirect the user

 
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