Outside access

Discussion in 'Windows Small Business Server' started by ross malyon, Mar 2, 2004.

  1. ross malyon

    ross malyon Guest

    Hi all,

    on my sbs2003 server wss is running fine I have a list on their that I would
    like someone from another company to have access to, basically its a bugs /
    faults /ideas page for a project and some contractors would need access to
    it.

    I was wondering what's the best way of doing this, I know I will have to
    make the wss site available to the outside that's easy enough just a tick
    box in the ICW. And I assume I will have to make a new user on the domain
    but really lock him down to just that one page on the intranet ..

    well thats my first thoughts I was wondering if anyone has done something
    similar, thanks if anyone can help

    regards, Ross M
     
    ross malyon, Mar 2, 2004
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  2. Within Sharepoint Central Administration management there is an area that
    you can use to add users to access a specific web page. You can also
    control how much access you want them to have. No need to go through a lot
    of hassle with user privs, wss allows you to set the access to the site.
    Create a basic user and add them to the site.

    Robert King
    Microsoft Product Support Specialist
    This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

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    |
    | Hi all,
    |
    | on my sbs2003 server wss is running fine I have a list on their that I
    would
    | like someone from another company to have access to, basically its a bugs
    /
    | faults /ideas page for a project and some contractors would need access to
    | it.
    |
    | I was wondering what's the best way of doing this, I know I will have to
    | make the wss site available to the outside that's easy enough just a tick
    | box in the ICW. And I assume I will have to make a new user on the domain
    | but really lock him down to just that one page on the intranet ..
    |
    | well thats my first thoughts I was wondering if anyone has done something
    | similar, thanks if anyone can help
    |
    | regards, Ross M
    |
    |
    |
     
    Robert King [MSFT], Mar 2, 2004
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