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10/7/2014 1:29 PM
 

I finally tracked down the cause and solution for the issue where Administrators (and other users) don't have permissions for folders in their portals for new portals.

A fresh install of DNN 7.3.3 has 2 templates - Default Website and Blank Website.  Default Website is fine....the problem exists in the Blank Website template (and potentially user-created templates).

In the .template file, after the <tabs> section, the following needs to be added:

  <folders>
    <folder>
      <folderpath />
      <storagelocation>0</storagelocation>
      <folderpermissions>
        <permission>
          <permissioncode>SYSTEM_FOLDER</permissioncode>
          <permissionkey>READ</permissionkey>
          <rolename>All Users</rolename>
          <allowaccess>true</allowaccess>
        </permission>
        <permission>
          <permissioncode>SYSTEM_FOLDER</permissioncode>
          <permissionkey>BROWSE</permissionkey>
          <rolename>All Users</rolename>
          <allowaccess>true</allowaccess>
        </permission>
        <permission>
          <permissioncode>SYSTEM_FOLDER</permissioncode>
          <permissionkey>WRITE</permissionkey>
          <rolename>Administrators</rolename>
          <allowaccess>true</allowaccess>
        </permission>
        <permission>
          <permissioncode>SYSTEM_FOLDER</permissioncode>
          <permissionkey>READ</permissionkey>
          <rolename>Administrators</rolename>
          <allowaccess>true</allowaccess>
        </permission>
        <permission>
          <permissioncode>SYSTEM_FOLDER</permissioncode>
          <permissionkey>BROWSE</permissionkey>
          <rolename>Administrators</rolename>
          <allowaccess>true</allowaccess>
        </permission>
      </folderpermissions>
</folder>
</folders>
 

In a custom template (created by a user), add the All Users permissions to the root (storage location 0) folder.

 
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10/7/2014 4:35 PM
 
Mike, thanks for sharing your findings!
Would you mind to report it at http://support.dnnsoftware.com,
Thank you.

Cheers from Germany,
Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

dnnWerk - The DotNetNuke Experts   German Spoken DotNetNuke User Group

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