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The best way to control permissions within you site is to create User Groups. Without a permission group, you will have to change all of the affected users, when you change permissions. The following provides the steps involved in creating a permission group.
Anonymous access means that people without an APAN account will be able to see your APAN SharePoint
APAN BEST PRACTICE
Using Anonymous Access is NOT recommended by APAN. This is not an APAN Best Practice and is not good for the security of your SharePoint site, as anyone from any country can not only read/view the content, but also contribute and download what information that may be of interest to them. Do not use Anonymous Access unless you have consulted with the APAN Help Desk/Team.
If your team is looking to use Anonymous Access, please consult APAN and a PUBLIC Site will be created for you.
All Sites and Site Collections allow the creation of subsites in their respective site collections. Site Collection Admins (SCA) and Subsite Site Owners should be aware of the dangers of security inheritance. APAN recommends breaking inheritance between a subsite and a parent site collection.