Role-Based Management in SharePoint: User and Group Management and Permissions

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  • Are you tired of click-click-clicking through the user interface every time a user needs a new site? Are you concerned that administrators and users are not complying to your governance policies when they deploy new sites, lists, and libraries? Are you unsure whether security permissions are consistently and correctly applied? Do you want to empower the business with self-service capabilities, but you can’t trust them to do the right thing? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, then this session is for you. In this advanced governance and management session, SharePoint MVP and administrators’ idol Dan Holme unveils a framework for automating SharePoint administrative tasks to enforce your service and information management policies. You will take away a set of tools that you can apply and extend to create a secure, proxied model for SharePoint administration. The session assumes you have some understanding of Windows PowerShell, which is used to power the scripts Dan shares. But even if you aren’t a PowerShell expert, you will be able to take the tools Dan gives you and put them to work in your enterprise.
  • Visual slide to set up security concepts


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