All, we are working creating a shared secret library in Sharepoint. basically the idea being, a user fills out a "Shared Secret" infopath form (AKA "What is your highschool mascot") and then that form is sent to a secure library that only the helpdesk can read. Currently it looks like our sharepoint admin doesn't know how to create a secured library. Has anyone done anything similar in sharepoint? Or does anyone know of some good tutorials for creating something like this?
Also, under Doc Library Settings-Versioning:
Require Content Approval = Yes
"Who should see draft items..." Select 'Only users who can approve items' No one can see anyone elses inputs until it is 'approved'
Basically for the library, the admin will have to go to Settings > Permissions for this document library and manage the permissions there. It's really not that difficult.
I question why you'd be storing user "password" type stuff here. Using Infopath seems like a terrible waste of resources for this type of information.