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• When inheritance is stopped within a site, all Web Part content on ASPX pages  is not indexed by default
Site Collection  Top-Level     Site     Site Library/List   [Folder]Document/Item
• Use inheritance wherever possible
• When inheritance is stopped within a site, all Web Part content on ASPX pages is not indexed by default
• Enable hierarchical membership management
not recommended
• “Intranet” sites: AD groups  SP groups to define access• “Collab” sites: Add users directly to SP groups
two rolesSplit up these two roles
• Enable for web application                                             to site                         Anonymous User Po...
• Bound to web application zone• Permission policy allows you to create your own policies
• Nest user role management groups• Into resource access rule groups• Based on business logic
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions
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    1. 1. • When inheritance is stopped within a site, all Web Part content on ASPX pages is not indexed by default
    2. 2. Site Collection Top-Level Site Site Library/List [Folder]Document/Item
    3. 3. • Use inheritance wherever possible
    4. 4. • When inheritance is stopped within a site, all Web Part content on ASPX pages is not indexed by default
    5. 5. • Enable hierarchical membership management
    6. 6. not recommended
    7. 7. • “Intranet” sites: AD groups  SP groups to define access• “Collab” sites: Add users directly to SP groups
    8. 8. two rolesSplit up these two roles
    9. 9. • Enable for web application to site Anonymous User Policy
    10. 10. • Bound to web application zone• Permission policy allows you to create your own policies
    11. 11. • Nest user role management groups• Into resource access rule groups• Based on business logic
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