The user has access to a specific list but NOT the rest of the site hosting the list.
The user has no problems viewing list views or making changes using quick edit. But as soon as she wants to open an item (and launch the Nintex form) she gets an access denied page.
Is there some way to grant access to the Nintex forms app without granting access to the entire site hosting the list in question?
I played with this at length one afternoon and I could only get it work after granting Contribute to the site as per the documentation.
I'd love a way of being able to lock down the site but not the list.
Windows Server has a "traverse folder" right which only lets you go through it but not open anything in it.
Hopefully there is another way..
Hello, that sounds like that the user has at least no read right to an necessary resource which was loaded while opening the Nintex form.
Help! I'm out of ideas.. The crazy thing is, if i take out my super permissions to make it look like the users', I can view the items but everybody else is getting the access denied! And I also don't see anything useful in the ULS logs.