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Sharepoint 2013 : Managing Site Security - Edit a SharePoint Group’s Settings

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Scenario/Problem: You want to change the settings for an existing SharePoint group.


Solution: To change a SharePoint group’s settings, navigate to the site’s People and Groups settings page, as shown earlier in this chapter, and then click the name of the group in the left navigation bar. Open the Settings drop-down menu and click the Group Settings option (see Figure 1). The page that opens enables you to modify the settings for the group (see Figure 2).

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FIGURE 1 Getting to a SharePoint group’s settings page.

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FIGURE 2 The Intranet Members group’s settings page.


Note

Although the group’s settings page allows you to modify the settings for the group, it does not provide an option to change the group’s security settings. 

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