Friday, October 18, 2013

Default permission levels in SharePoint 2013




Like in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 also provides some default permission levels. Also you can check out my previous posts on:

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SharePoint 2013 includes seven permission levels:

- View Only: It enables users to view application pages.

- Limited Access: It enables users to access shared resources and a specific asset. Limited Access cannot be edited or deleted.

- Read: It enables users to view pages and list items, and to download documents.

- Contribute: Contribute enables users to manage personal views, edit items and user information, delete versions in existing lists and document libraries, and add, remove, and update personal Web Parts.

- Edit: It enables users to manage lists.

- Design: Design permission level enables users to view, add, update, delete, approve, and customize items or pages in the website.

- Full Control: It enables users to have full control of the website.

Apart from this SharePoint 2013 also provides some permission levels to templates other than team site template. These are below:

- Restricted Read: This permission level is only for Publishing sites only. It enables View pages and documents.

- Approve: This permission level is only for Publishing sites only. It enables Edit and approve pages, list items, and documents.

- Manage Hierarchy: This permission level is only for Publishing sites only. Create sites; edit pages, list items, and documents, and change site permissions.


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