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What is the term in SharePoint where links and content are hidden based upon a user's permission?

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Hello,

What is the term used with SharePoint where links and content are hidden on pages based upon a user's permission?

Thanks,

Paul
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Role Based Access Control (RBAC)?
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Security trimming
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The process is called security trimming.
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