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How do I hide the Site Action menu for all Users?

Posted on 2009-04-14
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How can I prevent all Users except Web Administrators from seeing the Site
Actions menu in PWA?  I have a Project Server installation in which all Users
and Permission Levels except for Reader are seeing the Site Actions menu.  I
have not been able to figure out what SharePoint or PWA permissions are
controlling the display of this menu.
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Out of box you cannot hide the site actions menu if a user has more than reader permissions on a site.

you can however do it programatically

http://www.sharepointblogs.com/holliday/archive/2008/01/14/hide-edit-page-in-site-actions-menu.aspx
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