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Old 29th August 2012, 23:37
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is it possible to limit the configuration options that a client has permission to use? e.g. disable the SSL page or give the user only basic options of the whole ispconfig interface, e.g. "create database", "create ftp user" but no access to the more sophisticated options. because for most of the clients the advanced options are toooo complicated.

i didn't find any hint in that direction, neither in the manual nor in the webinterface itself.

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Old 30th August 2012, 08:34
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disable the SSL page
This will be available in 3.0.5.

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e.g. "create database", "create ftp user"
Thats available in the current version, just set number of ftp users or databases to 0 in the reseller limits.
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Old 13th September 2012, 15:42
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This will be available in 3.0.5.
thanks, sounds good. is there already a release date planned?

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Thats available in the current version, just set number of ftp users or databases to 0 in the reseller limits.
sorry for my unprecise writing, i meant something different. i would like to have the possibility for the clients to create new databases and ftp users, but not have them play with other options of the domain, e.g. disable all webserver configurations (but still let them edit the web statistics password).
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thanks, sounds good. is there already a release date planned?
An alpha version will be released in the next few weeks.
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Old 14th September 2012, 16:56
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sorry for my unprecise writing, i meant something different. i would like to have the possibility for the clients to create new databases and ftp users, but not have them play with other options of the domain, e.g. disable all webserver configurations (but still let them edit the web statistics password).
When you create the website for the client while you are logged in as admin, these settings will get write protected when the client trues to edit them later.
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When you create the website for the client while you are logged in as admin, these settings will get write protected when the client trues to edit them later.
I don't remember if this is already answered, but is there any way to unlock (undo the write protect) of these settings?
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I don't remember if this is already answered, but is there any way to unlock (undo the write protect) of these settings?
Edit the record of the domain in the web_domain database table with phpmyadmin and set the field sys_perm_group to 'riud'.
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When you create the website for the client while you are logged in as admin, these settings will get write protected when the client trues to edit them later.
thanks for the information, thats a great feature, exactly what i need.

there is neither an information in the documentation nor on the config site. it would be glad if the options that are not available to a client would be disabled/greyed out. at the moment every checkbox can be checked, but clicking on the save button doesn't give any feedback (positive nor negative).

i suppose ALL settings on ALL tabs are then blocked for that client?
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