Just as we can add users or groups of users to a security group, we can also delete or remove them from a security group. So, if for example, we look at the members group. We saw earlier that everyone, the group that is all people who can be authenticated on this server, not everyone in the world, but everyone who can get this far, actually has member permissions. And that's not what we want to do here. We actually would prefer to have all of our members either listed here, or in other groups that we then provide permissions to here. One of the two.
But we don't want everyone to have member permissions. We do want everyone to have permissions that are similar to visitor permissions, and we'll work on that in a bit. But right now, we're going to remove the Everyone group here. So, we'll select it first. We'll choose Actions > Remove Users From Group. So, we're going to remove everyone from the members group. And that works. So, now when I return back to my settings and look at the permissions tab and open up members again, I'll find that I only have members, members here. And if I want to find out what permissions everyone has, remember that I can go to check permissions.
And we can say, okay, show me what everyone has. And we find that the everyone group is a member of the visitors group. And therefore, anyone in the organization that isn't given specific members or owners permission, will still have the ability to read here on our site. It's always a good idea to go through that process after you delete a user or group. Go ahead and check their Permissions. It's a great double-check to ensure that you've set the permissions as you intended, particularly if someone is moving from one area of your organization to another or has left employment or consulting with your group. So, always go back, double-check, and make sure that the permissions that are remaining are exactly the permissions that you would expect to see. (SOUND).
And yes they are. So, that's how we delete a user or group. Simply choose them and delete them.
AuthorGini von Courter
- What is SharePoint?
- Opening and saving Office documents
- Coauthoring Word documents in SharePoint
- Checking files in and out
- Working with SkyDrive
- Sharing and syncing document libraries
- Adding a list app to your site
- Using social networking features
- Creating site collections
- Editing pages
- Adding users to a security group
- Creating workflows with SharePoint Designer or Visio
- Creating content types and document sets
- Controlling site appearance
- Creating a Records Center
Skill Level Beginner
1. Introducing SharePoint
2. SharePoint Team Sites
3. Editing, Saving, and Sharing Documents
4. Working with Library and List Apps
5. Social Networking in SharePoint
6. SharePoint Sites and SharePoint Site Collections
7. Editing SharePoint Pages
8. Integration: SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013
9. SharePoint Permissions
10. SharePoint Workflows
11. SharePoint Content and Documents
12. Other SharePoint Server Site Templates
Controlling site appearance3m 39s
13. SharePoint Server Business Intelligence Features
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