SharePoint sites and objects don't have to inherit permissions. Learn how to stop inheritance and see what effects it has on your sites.
- [Narrator] If we ever decide that a sub site…needs to stop inheriting the permissions…from the parent site, we're able to do that.…And that's exactly what we're gonna see in this movie.…We're going to stop or break inheritance of a sub site…from its parent site.…We're gonna go here to the marketing team site,…the marketing team site is the top level site…in this group connected site…and if we go down here to our quick launch,…we go over to sub sites, we see that it has one sub site,…the marketing blog, let's click on that.…
And we'll check out the site permissions.…We're gonna go over here to the settings gear,…click on site settings, and under users and permissions…click on site permissions.…And there in yellow, big and bold, it says…this website inherits permissions from its parent,…the marketing team site, and we can see those default…groups plus one that we created previously, a custom one.…Now, remember this is a group connected site…and if you want to do this with a site in a standard site…collection, it's the same process.…
- Sites, site collections, and site templates
- Permission groups
- Permission inheritance
- Adding apps
- Creating columns
- Creating lists and document libraries
- Working with versioning
- Checking out documents
- Creating views and subsites
Skill Level Intermediate
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1. Sites and Site Templates
2. Users and Permissions
3. Managing Team Site Content
4. Versioning and Check Out
5. Adding Columns
6. Creating Views
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