Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Sharing and SecurityGP0|#d0b463a3-8d4c-48e2-bd95-6062e3ecb3a0;L0|#0d0b463a3-8d4c-48e2-bd95-6062e3ecb3a0|Security;GTSet|#68e31ecf-dbe9-45e0-8a3c-fc6bd6ad0ce6;GPP|#a5205c2f-ad79-446f-8d9e-afd0eeecf427;GPP|#74f9ea2a-fcec-489f-9ca4-da563b559213;GP0|#6c4a788d-eb0c-4a4f-a08c-33276e997255;L0|#06c4a788d-eb0c-4a4f-a08c-33276e997255|Sharing;GPP|#d0b463a3-8d4c-48e2-bd95-6062e3ecb3a0TechED 2013 SES-B308. SharePoint 2013 introduces new sharing features that make it easier than ever for end users, with appropriate permissions, to share content with internal and (in Microsoft Office 365) external users. It’s more important than ever that you master the SharePoint security model, with its deep hierarchy of securable objects, granular permissions and policies, and interconnected user interfaces. This session demystifies SharePoint security by dissecting each of these components and presenting best practices for implementing and managing security. Learn how to effectively assign least privilege permissions. Discover under-documented “gotchas” of broken inheritance. Take away options for new permission levels and settings that address common business requirements. And learn when and why it makes sense to leverage Active Directory groups or use SharePoint groups.
SharePoint and SID History not playing well togetherGP0|#d0b463a3-8d4c-48e2-bd95-6062e3ecb3a0;L0|#0d0b463a3-8d4c-48e2-bd95-6062e3ecb3a0|Security;GTSet|#68e31ecf-dbe9-45e0-8a3c-fc6bd6ad0ce6;GPP|#a5205c2f-ad79-446f-8d9e-afd0eeecf427;GPP|#74f9ea2a-fcec-489f-9ca4-da563b559213 ​After migrating users between domains, SID History and the way Windows queries for and caches Name-to-SID and SID-to-Name lookups from AD may cause login failure.