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Introducing Microsoft® Office InfoPath™ 2003 by Roger Jennings

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Sharing Templates from a Network Folder

Publishing templates to a shared file server folder is the simplest and most common scenario for sharing InfoPath template files. As mentioned in the section “Enabling Form Protection,” in Chapter 11, you must configure share, folder, and file security settings to allow members of designated security groups to open the template. You prevent ordinary network users from saving changes to InfoPath templates by granting them read-only permissions for the server share and its folders. If you want members of InfoPathUsers to store XML data documents in the shared template folder, they must have read-write permissions for the share and the folder. In this case, you must apply file-level security and omit write ...

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