SharePoint – create custom permissions

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  1. From the site collection click ‘Site Actions’
  2. Click ‘Site Settings’
  3. Under ‘Users and Permissions’ click ‘Advanced Permissions’
  4. You will then see a list for permission level group
  5. Select the ‘Settings’ drop down.
  6. Click ‘Permission Levels’
  7. Click ‘Add a Permission Level’
  8. You will then be able to create your own security group.

It’s worth remembering that only this site and all its sub-sites will have access to your new group.

Below is a list of permissions that can be set. Please note that selecting one may also result in others being selected because they are required as part of your selection.

List Permissions:

  • Manage Lists – create and delete lists, add or remove columns in a list, and add or remove public views of a list.
  • Override Check Out – discard or check in a document that is checked out to another user.
  • Add Items – add items to lists, add documents to document libraries, and add Web discussion comments.
  • Edit Items – edit items in lists, edit documents in document libraries, edit Web discussion comments in documents, and customize Web Part Pages in document libraries.
  • Delete Items – delete items from a list, documents from a document library, and Web discussion comments in documents.
  • View Items – view items in lists, documents in document libraries, and view Web discussion comments.
  • Approve Items – approve a minor version of a list item or document.
  • Open Items – view the source of documents with server-side file handlers.
  • View Versions – view past versions of a list item or document.
  • Delete Versions – delete past versions of a list item or document.
  • Create Alerts – create e-mail alerts.
  • View Application Pages – view forms, views, and application pages. Enumerate lists.

Site Permissions:

  • Manage Permissions – create and change permission levels on the Web site and assign permissions to users and groups.
  • View Usage Data – view reports on Web site usage.
  • Create Subsites – create subsites such as team sites, Meeting Workspace sites, and Document Workspace sites.
  • Manage Web Site – grants the ability to perform all administration tasks for the Web site as well as manage content.
  • Add and Customize Pages – add, change, or delete HTML pages or Web Part Pages, and edit the Web site using a Windows SharePoint Services-compatible editor.
  • Apply Themes and Borders – apply a theme or borders to the entire Web site.
  • Apply Style Sheets – apply a style sheet (.css file) to the Web site.
  • Create Groups – create a group of users that can be used anywhere within the site collection.
  • Browse Directories – enumerate files and folders in a Web site using SharePoint Designer and Web DAV (Distributed Authoring and Versioning) interfaces.
  • View Pages – view pages in a Web site.
  • Enumerate Permissions – enumerate permissions on the Web site, list, folder, document, or list item.
  • Browse User Information – view information about users of the Web site.
  • Manage Alerts – manage alerts for all users of the Web site.
  • Use Remote Interfaces – use SOAP, (Simple Object Access Protocol) Web DAV, or SharePoint Designer interfaces to access the Web site.
  • Use Client Integration Features – use features that launch client applications. Without this permission, users will have to work on documents locally and upload their changes.
  • Open – allows users to open a Web site, list, or folder in order to access items inside that container.
  • Edit Personal User Information – allows a user to change his or her own user information, such as adding a picture.

Personal Permissions:

  • Manage Personal Views – create, change, and delete personal views of lists.
  • Add/Remove Personal Web Parts – add or remove personal Web Parts on a Web Part Page.
  • Update Personal Web Parts – update Web Parts to display personalized information.
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