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Create a Custom Permission Level in MOSS 2007

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In Sharepoint by defualt 7 permission levels

1. Full Control
2. Design
3. Manage Hierarchy
4. Approve
5. Contribute
6. Restricted Read
7. View Only

But its not have Add, Edit and View permission in single Level. [Contribute having Delete also]

For this we create a Custom Permission Level.

How to create custom Permission Level in MOSS 2007, follow below steps

1. Go to Site Actions

2. Select Site Settings –> Modify All Site Settings

3. It will open a new page called settings.aspx.

4. Click Advanced Permissions under Users and Permissions.

5. It will opens user.aspx.

6. Click Settings –> Permission Levels

7. It will opens a Permission Level Page

8. Click Add a Permission Level

9. It will open addrole.aspx

10. In this page u create a Custom Permission Level. Screen Shot

Good luck

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Tagged: MOSS-2007 , Permission-Level

3 Responses to “Create a Custom Permission Level in MOSS 2007”

  1. Bhaduri, Shirsendu Says:good post ,but had clarification.
    As of my openion,this steps need to be followed in the top level site only.since under subsites the option of settings->permission levels doesnot appear wth system login.

    need a suggestion on this

  2. NS, Jenkins Says:hi shirsendu

    set custom Permission level – sharepoint allows olny from top level site.
    Since every Permission level maintain in top level site


  3. Bhaduri, Shirsendu Says:thnks jenkins..i got ur point..

    Published by NS, Jenkins on 29 Jan 2009 at 05:50 pm

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