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Have a list we want to limit access to certain views only.

Simply put, list is already secured with unique permissions, but would like it further limited for certain views.  i.e.
- User A and B can see any view and can edit list
- User C can only see a limited view and cannot see all items
- (note user C also only has view access rights to the list)
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Mohit Nair earned 500 total points
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Permissions can be assigned at list level only and not at fields or views. Best way is to stop the list inheritance from parent and assign the permissions to user A,B and C explicitly on the list.User A and B with full control or contributor. User C with Read and Limited access.
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Not supposed and thank you.

Any experience with creating list with unique permissions (in this case user C, no access) and then surface a limited set of the list data elsewhere?  The second list data is sourced from the first list, just limited (not all columns.)
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