how to get number of people who has access to the site

how to get number of people who has access tosharepoint 2010 site without look in sharepoint groups
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tapiwabAsked:
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Jerryuk007Commented:
In MOSS2007, you can go to the SSP.
http://<ServerName:Port>/ssp/admin/_layouts/ProfMngr.aspx?ConsoleView=Active

 It will show the number (and list) of active users on SharePoint.

If you want to see the list of users of a particular SharePoint Site (here the root), go to:
http://<ServerName>/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0&FilterField1=ContentType&FilterValue1=Person

Then you can modify the List View to display the Count of "AccountName".

Hope this helps.

Jerry
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tapiwabAuthor Commented:
thanks for you response i am can see all people using
ServerName>/_layouts/people.aspx?MembershipGroupId=0&FilterField1=ContentType&FilterValue1=Person

but i cant modify the list view even though i am the site admini is this a server configuration issue
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Jerryuk007Commented:
Go to "Settings"\"List Settings" and at the bottom select "Create View" then base it on the existing default view and add the "Count" to it.

Jerry
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tapiwabAuthor Commented:
oh yah thanks its easy but didnot even think about that
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Jerryuk007Commented:
No problem. ;-)

Jerry
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tapiwabAuthor Commented:
i also discover that i can modify the list view by clicking list settings then click the view it takes me to the modify page :)  
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Jerryuk007Commented:
Yes indeed.
But the modified view
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Jerryuk007Commented:
* Damn, it posted that comment before I finished it!

The view you are trying to modify might be set to be public while you might not want every SharePoint User which have access to that list to view the modification(s).
This is why  I suggested creating a new view so you can set it up as a "Personal View".

Jerry
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tapiwabAuthor Commented:
great stuff
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