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Are you sure that you have been granted permission to use the team site? I had the same issue when I first started using it, but needed to get permissions to get on.
Thank you for the quick information, I am the administrator for the account and everytime I go to change the permission for Team Sites it wants my login. I have tried using another admins account and she has the same issue. How can I get to the permissions page to set the Team site settings. I suspect we have not set permission for any of our team. I appreciate your help this is very important to us.
Josh's assertion that you may not have permissions set for the Team Site is astute. Even if you are an administrator of the Portal, you are not automatically a site collection administrator. The default user account (often Admin) that comes with the subscription is your initial site collection administrator. You'll want to use that account to assign permissions.
When you visit the Team Site, select Site Actions > Site Settings. Beneath Users and Permissions, there is a link to "Site Permissions". Once in there, the ribbon will show you a "Grant Permissions" control. This brings up a wizard that lets you search for accounts already created in the Portal that you want to add to the site collection. Best practice dictates that you should add them to a group but you can assign permissions directly to the user, as well. The out-of-box permission levels are Full Control, Design, Contribute, Read and View Only. Certain features can activate additional permission levels but these encompass any usual needs for an organization. Once the account has been added and assigned a permission level, they should be able to visit the Team Site virtually immediately. Don't forget, you can employ fine-grained permissions for subsites, libraries, list and even individual items.
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