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Sharepoint 2013 : Security and Policy - SharePoint Security Groups (part 4) - Assigning New Visitor, Member, and Owner Groups at Site Creation

11/17/2014 3:30:53 AM
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Assigning New Visitor, Member, and Owner Groups at Site Creation

The default for a new site collection is to create the Visitors, Members, and Owners (VMO) groups. When creating a subsite in the site collection, an administrator or site owner may decide to create a new set of VMO groups and assign permission levels. The following steps detail creation of a subsite and assigning new VMO groups:

  1. From the parent site (or root site collection), click the gear icon.
  2. Select the Site Contents menu item.
  3. Scroll and click the link to add a new subsite.
  4. SharePoint presents a page like that shown in Figure 5.

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Figure 5. Create a new subsite

Note  SharePoint 2013 presents a page for creating new subsites, which differs from the Silverlight dialog that SharePoint 2010 provided as part of the new subsite creation process.

  1. Fill in the title and URL name fields and choose a template for the new subsite.
  2. Scroll to the Permissions section.
  3. By default, SharePoint assumes you want to inherit the same site permission level assignments as that of the parent site; change this option to use unique permissions (for this demonstration).
  4. Leave all the other options as default and click the Create button.
  5. After a brief moment, SharePoint navigates you to a page like that shown in Figure 6.

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    Figure 6. Set up groups for a new subsite

  6. On this page, you can specify creation of new groups for the new site created. SharePoint helps you out with the naming by prefixing the site title to the group type, but you may change the groups to anything you like.
  7. Click the OK button, and SharePoint creates the new subsite and new default groups. Navigate back to the Groups page and you should see the three new groups created and stored at the site collection level.
 
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