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Old 26th September 2011, 18:41
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Default Client-Templates limits have no effect

Hi,

I have a problem with the Client-Templates thing. It have no effect after I set a limit and create a client. This is what I did:

Client >> Edit Client-Templates >> Additional Template >> Enter template name >> Limits >> Max. number of DNS zones = 2

After that I create client as usual but when I check the client limit I saw Max. number of DNS zones = -1

Why is this Any help is appreciated. Thanks in advance.
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Old 26th September 2011, 19:29
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You missed to apply the template to the client by selecting the template in the client settings and then press the save button.
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Old 26th September 2011, 21:02
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I add new client and Addon template has the template name in the drop down list. This mean I don't need to select the template anymore. I can just click Save. Even if I select it again from the list and save it, it has no difference.
client Max. number of DNS zones is still -1.

Searching the forum found a same error http://www.howtoforge.com/forums/showthread.php?t=30365 - Addon templates seems to have no effect on the limits. oh well maybe it just me...

It doesn't works.



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Master template works for me. I create additional Master template and select it from the list during adding client. Client Max. number of DNS zones is changes. I'm not sure what to do with Additional template.

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The additional template is added to the values of the master template automatically when you click save. So you need to select a amster template first and then you can optionally add one or more additional templates.
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oh I understand now. I was hoping I could add a client without selecting Master template and just using Additional template since Additional template default name is already in the drop down list. I mean I don't need to do anything. Just add name, username, pass and click Save.

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