• Nashville SharePoint Users Group

    If you are in the Nashville, TN, USA area and would like to hear wonderful SharePoint presentations, FREE! food, and great discussions with like-minded people, then come join us! The meetings are always free and open to the public. Information concerning the Nashville SharePoint Users Group can be found here: http://NashvilleSUG.com The Nashville SUG website also has copies of the presentations given in the past. Some of the topics include: -> Upgrading SPS 2003 Areas and Portals to MOSS 2007 -> Certification Options for SharePoint Professionals -> Using K2 and MOSS for MOF -> Free Tools for SharePoint 2007 and WSS 3.0 -> SharePoint Backup and Recovery along with Best…

  • Using STSADM to Add Permissions to SharePoint Sites

    Recently I came across multiple WSS sites (v3) that someone else created. These sites are used by everyone in the company and were not provisioned correctly; the permissions were incorrectly setup. So, instead of visiting every site and adding the appropriate permissions, I created a batch file that went through the sites and added several SharePoint groups and individual users to the sites in different roles. The stsadm operation I used was ‘userrole’. The syntax of the userrole operation is as follows: stsadm –o userrole –url <full url> –userlogin <domain\user or SharePoint group> –role <role, such as Contribute or “Full Control”> I created the script in Excel so I could…