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Old 11th October 2010, 21:12
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Default Client modifications doesn't update database

Hi. I'm new to myDNS and to MyDNSconfig. Excellent software! Thanks.
At the moment everything works, but I can't succceed in assign zones to my clients.
I saw that when I assign a zone to a particular client, the sys_userid field in db changes according to the client (i.e. "2" if the client id is "2"), but sys_perm_user doesn't. I manually have to alter te field to 'riud' value to the modification has effect and to let the client read, update, insert and delete the zone. The same for DNS record entries.
Furthermore, if I remove the assignement of a zone to the client, the sys_perm_user field doesn't go back to "0" to let only the admin manage that zone.
Can anyone point me in the right direction to understand how to let this feature works?

myDNS version -> 1.2.8.27
myDNSConfig version -> 3.0.1

Thanks!
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