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On one of our SP2010 sites we have a requirement for users to be able to add items to a list, view items they and others have created and to edit items they and others have created, but not delete any items whether they created them or not.  For this purpose we have created a custom permissions level (“Edit (No Delete)”) with the following:

  • Add Items
  • Edit Items
  • View Items
  • Open Items
  • View Versions
  • Create Alerts
  • View Application Pages

Basically  the Contribute permissions level with Delete Items and Delete Versions removed.

This was assigned to a group (along with the Read and Limited Access permission levels,  LA is aded by default when we create a group).  We then added the users to the group.  We’re finding that some users can work on the list fine whilst others can only view and add items.  Our attempts to resolve this are hampered by the fact that we haven’t really had any training in SP2010 authorisations and the dearth of meaningful documentation on the web about it.


Written by stephenboothuk

November 10, 2011 at 12:28 pm

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