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Edit audience rules

Updated: August 30, 2007

Applies To: Office SharePoint Server 2007

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-08-08

Before you perform this procedure, confirm that:

  • You have read the topic Manage audiences.

  • Your system is running either the Standard or Enterprise version of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

    ImportantImportant:
    Audiences managers must have read access to the Shared Services Provider (SSP) administration site, and must have the Manage Audiences permission enabled.

The rules for existing audiences can be edited by the audiences manager to change the membership of the audience.

Use the following procedure to edit an audience rule.

Edit audience rules
  1. On the Shared Services administration home page, in the Audiences section, click Audiences.

  2. On the Manage Audiences page, click View audiences.

  3. On the View Audiences page, click the audience that you want to edit, and then click View Properties.

  4. On the View Audience Properties page, in the Audience Rules section, click the rule that you want to edit.

  5. On the Edit Audience Rule page, to base a rule on a specific user:

    1. In the Operand section, select User.

    2. In the Operator section, select Reports Under to create a rule based on organizational hierarchy or select Member Of to target by group or distribution list.

    3. Type or select the user that you want to use to test this rule. For a Reports Under rule, select the person who is the manager of the users that you want to include in the audience. For a Member Of audience, select the group or distribution list to include for the audience rule.

  6. To base a rule on a user profile property:

    1. In the Operand section, select Property, and then select a property from the menu.

    2. In the Operator menu, select an operator for the property. The operators vary by property, but common operators include = and Contains. Type a value to use when evaluating the property against this rule.

  7. Click OK.

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