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Managepermissionpolicylevel: Stsadm operation (Windows SharePoint Services)

SharePoint 2007

Updated: June 14, 2007

Applies To: Windows SharePoint Services 3.0

 

Topic Last Modified: 2007-06-08

Enables an administrator to manage the policy levels for a Web application. This operation is the command-line equivalent of the process used on the Policy for Web Application page in the SharePoint Central Administration Web site.

stsadm -o managepermissionpolicylevel

   -url <URL name>

   -name <permission policy level name>

   [{ -add | -delete }]

   [-description]

   [-siteadmin]

   [-siteauditor]

   [-grantpermissions] <comma-separated list of permissions>

   [-denypermissions] <comma-separated list of permissions>

 

Parameter

Value

Required?

Description

url

A valid URL, such as http://server_name

Yes

The URL of the Web application to which the content database is being added

name

A valid name, such as "Name1"

Yes

The name of the permission policy level

description

For example, Full Control, Full Read, Deny Write, Deny All, or a custom policy name that has been separately created.

No

Sets the description for the permission policy level.

siteadmin

Either one of the following values:

  • True

  • False

No

Specifies whether the policy role grants site collection administrator status. Site collection administrators have Full Control over the entire site collection and can perform any action on any object.

A value of "True" permits site collection administrator status. A value of "False" does not permit site collection administrator status.

siteauditor

Either one of the following values:

  • True

  • False

No

Specifies whether the policy role grants site collection auditor status. Site collection auditors have Full Read access for the entire site collection including reading permissions and configuration data.

A value of "True" permits site collection auditor status. A value of "False" does not permit site collection auditor status.

grantpermissions

<none>

No

Lists the rights that are granted through the policy role.

denypermissions

<none>

No

Lists the rights that are denied through the policy role.

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