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Setting Permissions to individual views

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I am trying to determine if there is a way that I can setup multiple views on a list so that certain individuals would only get to see desired information.

We are trying to create a master list for my company and allow different divisions to enter information and only be able to see their view. I know that someone skilled more then the average user might be able to get around that view, but its not a privacy act piece, just a division of work part.

Second on that, I was curious if there was a way to configure a list that when a person went to edit information that they on saw their areas information.

Barring both of those is there a way for me to set up a web part so that they could search multiple different list that were preconfigured, and only the information from list that they had permissions to would be returned.
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by:Ivan Padabed
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1. default XsltListView Web Part (you can add one preconfigured to display any list data) is already security trimmed, it will no show items user doesn't have acces to.
2. but you can also use Target Audiences according to your Depatments and configure list to show items according to it.
3. and you also can put some custom code to your list to give explicit permissions to items controlled by choice-based column with a list of your Depatments, and use approach 1
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