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WSS 3.0 List Permissions Lost

  Asked By: Ernest    Date: Aug 27    Category: Sharepoint    Views: 3324

A user contacted me about having removed some A.D. group permissions from her
site that she thought were fishy. It turns out that the permissions were
"Limited Access" and now she has removed those A.D. groups from the ability to
see their appropriate sub-sites. The permissions were, apparently, very
convoluted.

Short of a restore from backup, is there any way to find what those permissions
were and reset/add them back?

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6 Answers Found

 
Answer #1    Answered By: Trever Vaughan     Answered On: Aug 27

The problem is that if she deleted the AD groups  even if she recreates them
SharePoint won't recognize them as the same groups because the SIDs will be
different. In my opinion a re-install and restore  are her only real option.

 
Answer #2    Answered By: Jennifer Jones     Answered On: Aug 27

Doesn't sound like she would have had the ability  to delete AD groups; it
looks like she just took away their rights from the site(s).

who initially assigned the permissions? Are there other sites
with similar access  levels?

 
Answer #3    Answered By: Kyra Estes     Answered On: Aug 27

this list  was one of a kind! She's going to have to rebuild

 
Answer #4    Answered By: Jody Mathis     Answered On: Aug 27

I've had client's trash their permissions  in the past. They have a few
options:
1) rebuild the permissions from memory
2) have the site restored from backup, this would mean losing any work done
after the backup  point
3) restore  a copy of the site to backup/dr farm so they can manually
recreate permissions on the production site.

That is about all you can offer.

Also on the subject of permission management, here is a great little feature
I came across on codeplex that helps site collection admins better visualize
permissions within their site-
http://accesschecker.codeplex.com/

 
Answer #5    Answered By: Maria Roberts     Answered On: Aug 27

SP 2010 Foundation and I would like to embed a Media Player - Can I find
how to do it? Not quite.... A Silverlight player is most obvious but I
can't quite see how to point to the MediaPlayer.xam file.

 
Answer #6    Answered By: Isaac Grant     Answered On: Aug 27

The Silverlight Media Player web part and media library are only available in
SharePoint Server 2010, not Foundation. You will need a third party web part or
control to embed media in Foundation.

 
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