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Remove SiteActions for Viewers Group

Posted on 2012-03-19
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In SharePoint 2010 how i can remove SiteActions depending on User Permissions.
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by:Justin Smith
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Unfortunately, you can't out of the box.  You'll have to edit your master page.

http://www.cwsharepointdesign.com/blog/Lists/Posts/Post.aspx?ID=2
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Or I think you could use JQuery to hide it.....if you're into that.
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I found the solution, by default sharepoint takes it off for Viewers group. I realized the web application setting were imperosnating a User Account rather than logged in user account.I was able to make it work by chaning the setting in IIS
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IIS setting issue
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