Managing via Powershell

Feb 3, 2014 at 6:34 PM
Hello all! (enti!),

Any hope of being able to manage the view permissions via Powershell? I have view permission to manage on 100 subsites. Powershell would make a dream come true.
Coordinator
Feb 3, 2014 at 8:35 PM
Hello. I am very sorry but right now I have lot of other work and I am not able to prepare this...But if you are good in powershell I can give you and example of properties stired in property bag for that...Hmm..Thanks
Feb 3, 2014 at 8:39 PM
Hello, enti,

Well, I'm not great in Powershell, but the need is pretty high now. I would, indeed, like your example. Thank you!


On 2/3/2014 3:36 PM, enti333 wrote:

From: enti333

Hello. I am very sorry but right now I have lot of other work and I am not able to prepare this...But if you are good in powershell I can give you and example of properties stired in property bag for that...Hmm..Thanks

Coordinator
Feb 4, 2014 at 6:55 AM
Hello.

It's very simple

for Views:
property bag properties: SPGuys_ListId_ViewId
for example SPGuys_b9a223e1-58da-4608-aaf4-0a0c2f1d6b0e_fa564e0f-0c70-4ab9-b863-0177e6ddd247


For Column permission:
property bag properties: SPGuys_ListId_FieldId_FormMode_ReadOnly or Hidden
for example: property bag properties:
SPGuys_b9a223e1-58da-4608-aaf4-0a0c2f1d6b0e_fa564e0f-0c70-4ab9-b863-0177e6ddd247_New_Hidden
SPGuys_b9a223e1-58da-4608-aaf4-0a0c2f1d6b0e_6e180dd1-762e-46a0-8ffd-7925b70e699e_Edit_ReadOnly
SPGuys_b9a223e1-58da-4608-aaf4-0a0c2f1d6b0e_6e180dd1-762e-46a0-8ffd-7925b70e699e_Display_ReadOnly

Values for these properties are for example: sp2010\Administrator, sp2010\Administrator2, sp2010\Administrator3


Please first try to install Property Bag from codeplex then go to your site and display all properties where you use special permission settings. You will there see how it Works. Also you can use Property Bag application for setup permission.... Please try it.


Thanks