Complete details about user permissions SharePoint site using the SharePoint Setup
Fastpath: Admin Console: System > Settings > Jive for SharePoint
To complete user permission details:
You should have already completed user permission details in the Account wizard.
In the SharePoint Everyone Principal and Full Control Principal
fields field, specify which user group is assigned the Everyone
principal and which is assigned the Full Control principal in the appropriate
fields. Both fields must contain Active Directory security groups. Use a
semicolon (;) to specify more than one user group in a field.
Admins should belong to the Full Control principal defined in the
Jive-SharePoint connection, and will have full permissions to all Jive-linked SharePoint sites;
all other users should belong to the Everyone principal. For more on this, read Site Details Wizard.
Full Control principal
These user groups will always have access to all SharePoint sites
created. Make sure the group members are admins.
These user groups can see sites that are connected to Open or
Members-only Jive places. Provides view and edit permissions for the
connected SharePoint site to the user groups entered in this field.
Note: The permissions syncing is done only one-way from Jive to
SharePoint, so if the site owner wants to change the permissions in the
SharePoint side, he's welcome to do so.
The type of Jive permissions are:
Open: Everyone gets read and write permissions.
Members Only: Everyone gets read permissions, members gets read
and write permissions.
Private: Only members get read and write permissions.
Secret: Same as Private, plus the name of the site is
In the Jive Endpoint URL field, specify the URL of the
Jive site you want to connect to.
In the Default Parent URL for New Sites field, specify
the container URL for new connected sites on the SharePoint end. For example,
you might use a parent URL structure like this:
http://spc-domain.spc-domain.com/sites/Jive. The default
URL is the root site of the site collection.