Wiki lets you decide the restrictions to apply on a wiki or a page and to specific users, groups or memberships. So, there are two levels of permissions in Wiki:
The Page Permissions allows you to set the View and Edit permissions for a specific Wiki page.
Open a Wiki page that you want to set the permissions.
Click More and select Page Permissions from the drop-down menu.
The Page Permissions form appears.
Pages are viewable/editable according to the Wiki permission. On each page, a user with the Admin Pages permission will be able to override the view and edit permissions on a specific page.
A Page Permissions action appears in the page action menu when the user has the Admin Pages permission.
Wiki permissions determine which actions a user can perform. A permission can be assigned to any users, groups or memberships.
To change the Wiki permissions, click Wiki Settings from the drop-down list. Select the Permission tab in the Wiki Settings page.and select
There are some permissions on a Wiki as follows:
|View Pages||Specifies who can view and watch pages of this Wiki, its attachments and history.|
|Edit Pages||Specifies who can edit pages of this Wiki.|
|Admin Pages||Specifies who have the administration rights on pages of this Wiki.|
|Admin Wiki||Specifies who can administrate the Wiki permissions and settings.|
In the Permission tab, you can:
You can add permissions for individual users, groups of users or memberships.
Click to assign permissions to a user, a membership or a group respectively.
The form to select the user, the membership and the group appears.
Select a user, a membership or a group, then click.
Click User or Group column in the Permission form.to add the selectors to the
Tick the checkboxes corresponding to each permission you want to assign to the selectors.
View and Edit permissions are applied by default to any Wiki pages unless specific page permissions are set. The super user has all permissions implicitly.
To delete the permissions of a user, group or membership, just click corresponding to a user or group or membership in the Permissions form.