Locking Down SharePoint Designer

Ever want to lock down SharePoint designer? Or just better understand how permissions and policies in SharePoint effect what a user can do with SharePoint Designer? I know I have.

The SharePoint Designer team released a new blog post on just that and it’s chalked full of useful information. I highly recommend reading this if you are an administrator, consultant, or are involved in SharePoint deployments. Planning for security, communication and who has access to what using specific tools is very important for any SharePoint deployment, and often SharePoint Designer is forgotten until the client (or organization) begins using it.


Hope this helps someone,
Richard Harbridge

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