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Sharepoint 2013 : Managing Site Security - Create Permission Levels for a Site

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Scenario/Problem: Earlier in this chapter, you saw that to assign permissions to users or groups, you can choose from a predefined list of permission levels, such as Readers, Contributors, and Approvers. If you want to create a permission level that differs from the existing permission levels, you can create a custom permission level. For example, you might want to create a permission level that enables users to view and delete items or files but not edit them, or maybe you want to create a permission level that allows users to view the site and be able to create subsites but not edit items in the site.


Solution: To create permission levels, open the site’s permissions management page and click the Permission Levels button in the Manage section of the ribbon (refer to Figure 1).


Note

If you are working on a subsite, by default the permission levels are inherited from the parent site. Although you can still edit them (an action that breaks the inheritance), you should make sure this is what you actually want to do. If you want to make sure you are editing the permission levels in the top site, use the Manage Parent option in the Inheritance section of the Edit ribbon of the permission management page to get to the parent site’s permissions management page.


On the Permission Levels page, you can see and manage all the existing permission levels (see Figure 1).

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FIGURE 1 The Permission Levels page.

To create a new permission level, click the Add a Permission Level button on the toolbar. The Add a Permission Level page opens (see Figure 2). On this page, you can define the name for the new permission level and what permissions set it should include. Simply select the permissions you want the permission level to include and click the Create button at the bottom of the screen.

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FIGURE 2 Creating a new permission level that allows users to edit but not delete.

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