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How to restrict user to create New item and not able to see the Sharepoint list items

Posted on 2014-01-16
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I have a suituation in Sharepoint 2007 lists. The lists are survey lists and the users will be using them to create new survey but the issue is the users can see all the surveys submitted in the list.

Apparently the permissions for the list are given, Contributor Access for NT Authenticated Users and Full Access for owners.

Now the problem is general NT Authenticated users can create New item in the list and also able to see other list items. I want to restrict them to see other list view items but still be able to create New List item. How can I do this...
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If you use a Sharepoint survey you can set the access level to "Only their own" in the survey advanced settings, meaning users can only see their own answers.

For more info see this:
http://www.sadev.co.za/content/sharepoint-survey-permissions-part-1-respond-survey-do-not-edit-site-content
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