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I am trying to test my sharepoint 2007 website, which works fine with all the security privilages. But when i test the same application with a read only options it gives me a 403 FORBIDDEN error, when i try to access www.mysite.com/subsite/bespokepage.aspx.

This bespokepage.aspx is in the root of the subsite section of my application. I can get to this page , without any issues using Administrator password, but i get 403 error when i use read only permissions user account.

The product here being used is MOSS i.e SharePoint 2007 Enterprise Edition.

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Ted Bouskill earned 1000 total points
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A subsite doesn't necessarily inherit permissions from the main site.  Permissions problems are nearly impossible to answer here.  You can say that you've configured it correctly but unless I have a lot more detail I can't tell if you missed something.
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