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I have users on a SharePoint sub-site with read permissions that are getting an access denied error. When I change these users to contribute permissions they are able to access the sub-site. We have made sure all master pages and page layouts are checked in and published, looked at the Read permission level settings, and deleted all audience targeting from web parts. Nothing worked...any ideas?
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Is it possible that they are inheriting their permissions from a parent site?
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Figured out that a form webpart was the source of the error. The group needed contribute on the form in order to access the site.
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