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2nd October 2008, 12:58 PM #1
Windows Sharepoint Services 3.0 adding users
I am a complete Sharepoint newbie and I just installed WSS 3.0. I think I will figure out most of what I want to do. However I am stuck on adding users. I can go into People and Groups and add individuals, groups. But I want to do a bulk import of all my pupils and staff. I can talk to AD fine for example I added the 2009 pupils OU fine, and can log in with any user in that OU in sharepoint. But I dont want it to be just a "pupil" group and a "staff" group.
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2nd October 2008, 01:10 PM #2
I put permissions to authenticated users in sharepoint when the user be it teacher , staudent or admin staff log on it is as them self. Is this what you are asking??
2nd October 2008, 01:32 PM #3
Not really, I can add all authenticated users, but then that just add's everyone. I want to be able to add individuals to sharepoint. So I can give special permissions to certain people be it staff or pupils.
Originally Posted by imiddleton25
2nd October 2008, 11:38 PM #4
Where do I start with SharePoint permissions - There are so many different ways
Each Site will have its own permissions unless it is inheriting them from the above site.
People and Group is a little confusing - its not where you want to add users.
Go to your top level site, Site Actions, Site Settings. Under Permissions click on Advanced Permissions.
You will see 3 groups (maybe more) then click on New. You are not creating a new group you are adding users to a group. Having added your users at the top you will then have to select the group.
3 levels of groups
Can only view the site, documents etc
Can add, edit, delete announcements/documents etc
Full control, change permissions, delete the site etc
Hope this helps - if not give me a shout
Thanks to apearce from:
HMCTech (3rd October 2008)
3rd October 2008, 09:28 AM #5
apearce thank you for your post. I will give it a try when i can get some more time to spend on sharepoint.
3rd October 2008, 01:00 PM #6
You can assign AD groups in sharepoint.
I just gave our "teachers" group the appropriate permissions.
No need to import any users, sharepoint is AD based.
3rd October 2008, 04:10 PM #7
Dont worry I dont think I explained it correctly. Nevermind
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