In an on-prem environment, it’s convenient to be able to run Chrome as a test user with general permissions instead of my admin permissions. This possibility makes it so I don’t need to remote to another machine or log out and in with another account just for a simple check.
Using Internet Explorer? Here’s how to do the same with that.
If you have a shortcut to Chrome on your desktop (not your task bar), skip ahead to step two.
1. Search “Chrome” from the start menu, right click and select “Open File Location”
2. Hold “Shift” on your keyboard and right-click the Internet Explorer icon. Select “run as different user”
3. Enter the credentials for the second user (your screen/prompt may look different) and click OK/Login. In some cases, you may be prompted to enter these more than once.
Chrome will now run as if the other user is logged in.
You can also use the “Check permissions” feature in SharePoint to see which groups a user belongs to for a site or resource, and which abilities/privileges they have.