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Column and view permissions not visible under library settings

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The column and view permissions are not visible under “Permissions and Management” options.
I’m running on a Sharepoint 2010 Foundation server.
Followed your installation instruction to the letter, and received no errors in the process.
I used the Management Shell to install it and to deploy it, still no errors.
See information from the Management Shell below

When I go into the Sharepoint 2010 Central Administration -> Manage web applications -> select my site -> Manage Features, the "SPGuys Custom Alert Permissions" is visible here and can be deactivated/activated.
It is of course activated, see attached screenshot, and I've tried to do a "ISSreset", as well as rebooting the server, tried to deactivate it followed by ISSreset and reboot, but sadly nothing helps.

Hope you might be able to see what I'm missing / doing wrong :)

Thank you


Management Shell information:

Name SolutionId Deployed

lifeinsharepoint.metro.wsp 768bf7b2-ce06-4b93-aebe-e2d86b060a96 True
sharepointmetro.wsp b863510f-c32c-44b8-baf9-fe924339772e True
spguyscustomfieldpermission... f377e24a-7159-4164-ac72-6d321382825c True


Farm : SPFarm Name=SharePoint_Config_ee0420a2-6bea-4c70-8afd-bf59b889b4eb
Name : spguyscustomfieldpermission.wsp
Deployed : True
DeployedWebApplications : {SharePoint - 80}
DeployedServers : {DK-BLL-SPF01}
DeploymentState : GlobalAndWebApplicationDeployed
SolutionFile : SPPersistedFile Name=spguyscustomfieldpermission.wsp
ContainsGlobalAssembly : True
ContainsCasPolicy : False
ContainsWebApplicationResource : True
SolutionId : f377e24a-7159-4164-ac72-6d321382825c
IsWebPartPackage : False
LanguagePacks : {0}
Added : True
LastOperationResult : DeploymentSucceeded
LastOperationEndTime : 20-11-2012 11:45:36
LastOperationDetails : DK-BLL-SPF01 : http://dk-bll-spf01/ : The solution was successfully deployed.

JobStatus :
JobExists : False
CanSelectForBackup : True
CanSelectForRestore : True
TypeName : Microsoft.SharePoint.Administration.SPSolution
DisplayName : spguyscustomfieldpermission.wsp
Id : f377e24a-7159-4164-ac72-6d321382825c
Status : Online
Parent : SPFarm Name=SharePoint_Config_ee0420a2-6bea-4c70-8afd-bf59b889b4eb
Version : 54606
Properties : {}
UpgradedPersistedProperties : {}

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enti333 wrote Jan 19, 2013 at 7:46 PM

Hello. You must also Activate this feature on site collection. There are two features one feature is on web applications settings and on on site collection. Please go to your site collection. Click on settings tab and then go to Site collection features. There you need to activate this feature. Thank you

deangass wrote Feb 11, 2013 at 2:18 PM

I have the same problem as noted above. I have also found that under the site collection, the feature was not enabled and enabled it. However, I still have the problem were it doesn't show up under Permissions and Management. Is there something that I need to reset?

wrote Feb 11, 2013 at 7:05 PM

enti333 wrote Feb 11, 2013 at 7:05 PM

Hello.
Please you must also activate feature on site collection under Site collection features. See attachment.
There is no problem to have use this solution under libraries. Thank you

deangass wrote Feb 11, 2013 at 10:07 PM

Both areas show the feature as active, however it is not showing up under List settings / Permissions and Management. ???

BallIT wrote Feb 12, 2013 at 7:33 AM

@Enti333: Thank you for the information, it works perfectly now, must have missed the part where it said anything about the Site Collection Administration part. Found it and activated it, worked right away.

deangass wrote Feb 12, 2013 at 3:40 PM

The problem that I am having is that the feature is showing active in both areas but still not showing up. What is the next thing i should try?

enti333 wrote Feb 12, 2013 at 8:58 PM

Hello...Hmm...Hard to say what can be a problem. If you are sure that this feature is activated in site collection and also on web application.....Try to deactivate booth then uninstall it from central administration. Then try to reset IIS if you can and try to install it again from PowerShell. After Installation again deploy it and activate it. Please let me know. Thank you

wrote Feb 22, 2013 at 12:10 AM

deangass wrote Mar 1, 2013 at 12:22 AM

I have it installed. Found that there was another area i needed to activate it.

It works great on forms that do not use Infopath. However i have not been able to get it work using forms with a custom design in Infopath. Any suggestions?

lonelone wrote Oct 23, 2013 at 8:51 AM

I installed and deployed the SPGuysCustomFieldPermission.wsp on my sharepoint followed by the guide line.
I also activated on it from Central Administration and Application Management.

After that, I occurred the error that is "Web Parts Maintenance Page: If you have permission, you can use this page to temporarily close Web Parts or remove personal settings. For more information, contact your site administrator."

Please suggest me how to fix it.