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I want to limit the authority to change our intranet web site to only me, we have sharepoint for a small business server.

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I have no clue what I am doing! I need to make sure that anyone in the office but me cannot add, delete or change any thing on our intranet site. I was able to protect the documents I have added to the site but anyone can do that and we do not want people to be able to do that .
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