I'm some kind of admin on my sharepoint site, but not the big kahuna who runs it all.
I can add users and groups and set permissions within my site.
What I can't figure out how to do is actually make a user a member, so that when they use the My Links dropdown, they'll be able to see the sites I run as one of the options (that arise from the My SharePoint Sites option).
How do you make, and in fact even tell that a user is a member (in 2007)?
You have to setup the groups, and you have to add the user to the group that is setup as "Members of this Site".
To setup the groups or to see what group is already setup for the "Members of this Site" group, go to people and groups, settings, then set up groups.
information (e.g. user name and email address) from the Identity variable; The actual user name, user profile (e.g. email address) and password are maintained by the other site; My site will manage roles by myself (i.e. the other site and my site only shares user credential authentication function to implement SSO, role management are performed individually in two sites). Any ideas how to integrate...I am using SharePoint 2007 Enterprise + Publishing portal template + Windows Server 2008. I am developing using VSTS 2008 + C# + .Net 3.5. I need to implement SSO (Single Sign On feature
the default.aspx after login but anonymous users could still see content like in the following list. How do I remove this for an anonymous user? Enable anonymous access You must enable anonymous access...I am using SharePoint 2007 Server x64 on Windows Server 2008 x64. I create a new SharePoint web application with a new site collection at the root of the web application. I select the template "publishing portal" for the site collection. I have also enabled anonymous access. Now the basic function is fine, except that I do not know how to change the first front page (i.e. the page showed to end
Using WSS 3.0 running on SBS2008. I have an Infopath form library, to which I have used SharePoint Designer 2007 to attach a custom workflow. It's a pretty normal workflow which updates a property in another list based on a lookup. I have two users, call them Jane and John. Jane is a member of several SP groups, one of which has Full Control permissions. John is a member of a couple of SP groups, one of which has Contribute permissions. I have 2 workstations, lets call them W1 and W2. Both are on the local area network and connect to the SP site via Internet Explorer 7 via http://example
" returns the webs or sites respectively. UPDATE 02/06/10: As I mentioned above an upgrade to SharePoint 2010 will fix the issue (at least make the STS_Site and STS_Web results appear again...This is an old issue I thought this was a bug in an specific environment after reading a couple of blogs it has made me think again... The issue is that SharePoint site collections and sites... in the index under the contentclass:STS_Site and the sites (SPWeb's) are contentclass:STS_Web. The following people seem to have come across this issue and assumed it was just a limitation. I think
avoid one part of user administration?) and they will also define certain rights within my application. Problem? If I do write web parts (of whatever kind), how do I ensure that these same web parts are not used in other SharePoint sites as well? It would probably break the application and it could, of course, make it possible to replicate the same application but using different users. I thought of writing application pages (my application would be in _layouts folder as I understand it), which would make it possible to not reuse my application, but users and rights are assigned on site
When you activate Group Work Lists feature in a site you get the resources list and a few other lists. If you had the resources list to a page then you can see the list and you have to add each resource list to the page using the resources link. What I would like to do is have the resources already included on the page when a user visits the site. So if I have 3 Digital cameras, you can see the bookings for those cameras by defualt without having to add each one as a resource. Does anyone know how to do this? Does that clarify the situation any better? I will try and add screenshots
I am using SharePoint Server 2007 Enterprise with Windows Server 2008 Enterprise, and I am using publishing portal template. I have two sites of the same site colleciton and I want to use Data Source Library to make site A be able to use lists defined in site B. From site A, I am using "Connect to another library" to add site B. And from Data Source Library of site A, I can see lists defined in site B. My question is how to use such lists in a page of site A? I followed the guide here, http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/sharepointdesigner/HA101191181033.aspx
How can you change the SharePoint 2010 Central Administration site so that it works over SSL, rather than a random port over http? Other sites on the server may also use SSL, so would use a host... binding without defining an IP address... suggesting that wildcard ip's may work (and the same certificate used on different sites). Is it just a case of configuring the site in IIS as you would any other secure site, or do you also have to run 'stsadm' to tell SharePoint you have done this as well?
One of the users has updated his photo/picture on his My Site and it is showing the updated photo (on his My Site) as well as the picture property (user profile property) in SSP is updated with the new url (http://...). However, the new picture is not displaying in the other sharepoint web-applications. I have verified that the user has already contribute/uploaded a document into the document library in the site-collection. I even removed the user from the sharepoint member group and re-added the user using people picker window however still the result is same. I run the "stsadm -o sync