unpublished a page by setting the expiry date, changed the permissions, can still see the page on my public site, still shows up in search
Monday, March 26, 2012 5:56 PM
moss 2007 / wss 3
what is the point of setting the expiry date for a page if it still shows up? I changed the permissions of the page as well and it still shows up.
I do not want to delete the page.
Tuesday, March 27, 2012 9:53 AMModeratorHi L01sLan3,
Here is a similar issue:
It said that "That doesn't sound like a permissions problem (if they are being given access denied when they try to access Site B, then all is working as it should be). It sounds like you need to modify the navigation (information on how to do that here: http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointtechnology/HA101191001033.aspx)"
You need remove the link of the page.
Friday, March 30, 2012 3:11 PM
security by obscurity is not an answer and it does not address my question.
I would like the page to essentially diasappear without deleting it - why doesnt setting the expiry page do that? You can still search and find it. does not make sense. And yes, I can update the search scope to exclude that particular URL, correct? but I need to do this for each page that expires? if someone has the url, they will still be able to access it? seems wrong
this is a public facing site and anonymous access is thus allowed
someone told me that I need to make adjustments to iis because of this which I really don't want to get in the habit of doing everytime i need to expire content.