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SharePoint List Permissions

  • 3 December 2018
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What is the best practice for granting temporary permissions to a user to add/update a list item on a SharePoint list.  Barring a better solution it seems that I would need to

  1. have a SharePoint security group with the desired permissions in existance
  2. create a step after the task that will lead to an addition/update to the item that adds the task respondant to that security group
  3. Perform the add/edit
  4. create a step that removes the task respondant from the security group.

If there is a better/easier way to do this please let me know.

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Best answer by Pieter_ve 6 December 2018, 09:31

Hi   @emayo



 



Your proposed fix would work you will just need to keep in mind identity refresh might come into play and the user might not be able to action the task. Identity refresh normally runs every 8 hours by default.



 



If you can force the identity refresh to run after the user has been added to the group this could work.



 

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Hi   @emayo


 


Your proposed fix would work you will just need to keep in mind identity refresh might come into play and the user might not be able to action the task. Identity refresh normally runs every 8 hours by default.


 


If you can force the identity refresh to run after the user has been added to the group this could work.


 

How do you force an identity refresh?

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