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  • Question

  • Hi,

    We have a wiered issue

    1. We have site collection

    2. We have a subsite with unique permission

    3. We added few custom groups with contribute permission and added users to it.

    4. When we login to the sub site using the user added to the custom group, the user is able to see the default.aspx page

    5. When the user tries to access any list->allItems page in the site , they are getting access denied.

    6. We checked and found the list has got inherit permissions from the subsite.

    7. The access denied is shown even for /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx page(View all Site Contents)

    8. The user dont have issue in any of the list in the base site.

    Please provide some input.

    Thanks in advance

    Veena R


    Veena Raju

    Wednesday, April 3, 2013 2:48 PM

Answers

  • Hi Veena,

    What is your sharepoint version?

    >When the user tries to access any list->allItems page in the site , they are getting access denied.

    Verify that user is having permission on list as well so go to list settings page-->permission for this list-->here you can verify that user permission if user is not added for this list then grant him/her proper permission to access this list.

    >The access denied is shown even for /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx page(View all Site Contents)

    Top level site and  every subsite do have own viewlsts.asmx page so make sure that user is having at least read right to access this page. So go to site where you are getting access denied error for this page-->click site action-->site settings-->site permission-->verify user permission who is getting access denied error.

    Let us know your result


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    Thursday, April 11, 2013 6:47 AM
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  • Hi Veena,

    Every subsite having its own group similar to Parent site, by default groups are:

    >Approvers (Members of this group can edit and approve pages, list items, and documents.)
     
    >SubSiteAdmin Members (Use this group to give people contribute permissions to the SharePoint site: Subsite)
     
    >SubSiteAdmin Owners (Use this group to give people full control permissions to the SharePoint site: SubSite)
     
    >Designers (Members of this group can edit lists, document libraries, and pages in the site. Designers can create Master Pages and Page Layouts in the Master Page Gallery and can change the behavior and appearance of each site in the site collection by using master pages and CSS files.)
     
    >Hierarchy Managers (Members of this group can create sites, lists, list items, and documents.)
     
    >NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users
     
    >ParentSite Members (Use this group to give people contribute permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >ParentSite Owners (Use this group to give people full control permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >Parent Visitors (Use this group to give people read permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >Quick Deploy Users (Members of this group can schedule Quick Deploy jobs.)
     
    >Restricted Readers (Members of this group can view pages and documents, but cannot view historical versions or review user rights information.)
     
    >Style Resource Readers (Members of this group are given read permission to the master page gallery and the Restricted read permission to the Style Library. By default, all authenticated users are a member of this group. To further secure this site, you can remove all authenticated users from this group or add users to this group.)
     

    To provide the read access to user on Subsite, you need to add the user into Subsite Members group and for Admin access, you need to add the user into the Subsite Owner group.


    Thanks, Amit Kumar, LinkedIn Profile ** My Blog

    Tuesday, April 23, 2013 5:41 AM

All replies

  • Hi Veena,

    What is your sharepoint version?

    >When the user tries to access any list->allItems page in the site , they are getting access denied.

    Verify that user is having permission on list as well so go to list settings page-->permission for this list-->here you can verify that user permission if user is not added for this list then grant him/her proper permission to access this list.

    >The access denied is shown even for /_layouts/viewlsts.aspx page(View all Site Contents)

    Top level site and  every subsite do have own viewlsts.asmx page so make sure that user is having at least read right to access this page. So go to site where you are getting access denied error for this page-->click site action-->site settings-->site permission-->verify user permission who is getting access denied error.

    Let us know your result


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    Thursday, April 11, 2013 6:47 AM
    Moderator
  • Hi Veena,

    Does above solution works for you? If yes then please close this thread by marking a post as answer and you can also share your resolution to help other.


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    Monday, April 22, 2013 7:52 AM
    Moderator
  • Hi Veena,

    Every subsite having its own group similar to Parent site, by default groups are:

    >Approvers (Members of this group can edit and approve pages, list items, and documents.)
     
    >SubSiteAdmin Members (Use this group to give people contribute permissions to the SharePoint site: Subsite)
     
    >SubSiteAdmin Owners (Use this group to give people full control permissions to the SharePoint site: SubSite)
     
    >Designers (Members of this group can edit lists, document libraries, and pages in the site. Designers can create Master Pages and Page Layouts in the Master Page Gallery and can change the behavior and appearance of each site in the site collection by using master pages and CSS files.)
     
    >Hierarchy Managers (Members of this group can create sites, lists, list items, and documents.)
     
    >NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users
     
    >ParentSite Members (Use this group to give people contribute permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >ParentSite Owners (Use this group to give people full control permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >Parent Visitors (Use this group to give people read permissions to the SharePoint site: ParentSite)
     
    >Quick Deploy Users (Members of this group can schedule Quick Deploy jobs.)
     
    >Restricted Readers (Members of this group can view pages and documents, but cannot view historical versions or review user rights information.)
     
    >Style Resource Readers (Members of this group are given read permission to the master page gallery and the Restricted read permission to the Style Library. By default, all authenticated users are a member of this group. To further secure this site, you can remove all authenticated users from this group or add users to this group.)
     

    To provide the read access to user on Subsite, you need to add the user into Subsite Members group and for Admin access, you need to add the user into the Subsite Owner group.


    Thanks, Amit Kumar, LinkedIn Profile ** My Blog

    Tuesday, April 23, 2013 5:41 AM