This error message tends to reveal itself whenever you’re dealing with item-level permissions. Try the following to resolve this error. Note: For any change to a workflow, you’ll need to start/restart your workflow to test it. Resuming a workflow will only resume the previous version of the workflow (still broken).
SharePoint Designer is a fantastic workflow builder – but sometimes, if your workflow isn’t built correctly, implementing item-level permissions via workflow could fail and leave your submitted information or documents vulnerable to data spill. A safer, more reliable method is to use out-of-the-box (OOTB) item-level permissions. This OOTB method is great because it applies to […]
When you’re working with item-level permissions in SharePoint, you will see this message in advanced settings: “Note: Users with the Cancel Checkout permission can read and edit all items.” Here’s how to check to see if a group or individual has that cancel checkout permission, or add it if needed:
Learn to automate item-level permissions by creating a 2010 SharePoint Designer workflow with an impersonation step.