Draft Item Security
Drafts are minor versions or items which have not been approved. Specify which users should be able to view drafts in this list. Learn about specifying who can view and edit drafts.
Who should see draft items in this list?
Any user who can read items
Only users who can edit items
DEFAULT SETTING Only users who can approve items (and the author of the item)]]>
About This Video
SharePoint’s incoming email system allows lists to receive email directly on unique email addresses and have these translate into new list items. In this video, Hilton Giesenow, host of http://www.themossshow.com/SharePoint podcasts, demonstrates how to enable these settings in your farm and to configure your lists to be able to receive e-mails.
Its then a site feature you can enable – need to do that.
Then setup send to locations on the actual doc library under ‘library settings’ – ‘advanced settings’]]>
After a user completes a form, you can create a Submit button configured to instantly send the form by email.
But numerous other reports are available to consumers, and you should check them once a year. Here’s how:
Is there a way to temporarily disable the user alerts for all employees, after my minor change, enable the user alerts again?
There is a simple stsadm command that will disable alerts: stsadm -o setproperty -pn alerts-enabled -pv False -url http://PortalName
temporarily disable email notification while updating items so the system will not send out any unnecessary email.
disable alert, updates item, then enable alert back.
SPList tasklist = Web.Lists[“Tasks”];
tasklist.EnableAssignToEmail = false; //This property makes sending mail disabled
//Do all the update here
Item[“Title”] = “New Title”;
tasklist.EnableAssignToEmail = true; //enable email notification
“Hard” elements are easier to define or identify and management can directly influence them: These are strategy statements; organization charts and reporting lines; and formal processes and IT systems.
“Soft” elements, on the other hand, can be more difficult to describe, and are less tangible and more influenced by culture. However, these soft elements are as important as the hard elements if the organization is going to be successful.
IM1: Develop a high-level definition of investment opportunity.
IM2: Develop an initial program concept business case.
IM3: Develop a clear understanding of candidate programs.
IM4: Perform alternatives analysis.
IM5: Develop a program plan.
IM6: Develop a benefits realization plan.
IM7: Identify full lifecycle costs and benefits.
IM8: Develop a detailed program business case.
IM9: Assign clear accountability and ownership.
IM10: Initiate, plan and launch the program.
IM11: Manage the program.
IM12: Manage/track benefits.
IM13: Update the business case.
IM14: Monitor and report on program performance.
IM15: Retire the program.]]>
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this appears to come down to an authentication issue, and NTLM’s lack of ability to delegate credentials. The solution: Kerberos