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Microsoft® SharePoint™ 2003 Unleashed, Second Edition by Michael Noel, Colin Spence

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Four Different Options for Configuring SharePoint 2003 Client Access

There are many different needs and goals to consider when determining who will have access to the SharePoint 2003 environment. Decisions should be made during the design and planning process and then tested in the pilot or prototype phases. The testing process is important to ensure that the needs of the network administrators, departmental managers, end-users, and business partners outside the organization as well as customers are met by the solution.

The following sections summarize the basic different levels of user access that can be provided and give a high-level overview of the pros and cons of each configuration.

Restricting SharePoint 2003 Access to Internal Users

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