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Cms permission doesn't work properly 4.2.0 Users can change layout-meta tag etc.

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  • Zachery
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    If you grant a higher level permission, it grants lower level permissions.

    Giving users publish access, includes permission to edit others articles.

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  • Adom7
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    "a hierarchical permissions system" I am having difficulty understanding you, guys.
    I set the group not to edit others' articles and frontpage layout but they can do that. You name it "
    a hierarchical permissions system". I think it is a sort of useless permission system.

    Anyway, I am going to set it up only for mods and admins.
    Thanks

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  • Ace
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    Originally posted by Adom7 View Post
    So it's a bug.
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    No, not a bug, a hierarchical permissions system.

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  • Loco.M
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    Originally posted by Adom7 View Post
    So it's a bug.
    Doesn't seem like a bug to me..
    Remove the option for them to publish if you don't want them to have access.

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  • Adom7
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    So it's a bug.
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  • Ace
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    If "Can Publish" is set to Yes, all the other permissions to the left of it become Yes.

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  • Cms permission doesn't work properly 4.2.0 Users can change layout-meta tag etc.

    I have already posted the issue here https://www.vbulletin.com/forum/show...age-of-section
    But I guess, I should have posted it my own thread. Nobody cares


    Originally posted by Adom7 View Post
    Same issue that I am facing with it on my site.
    I let the users in a specific user group to creat an article on cms, they not only edit their own articles but they also can edit section/metatag etc. and others' articles on every categ/sect.

    Club Member can read -yes Can Download Attachments -yes Create Content- yes Edit Others' Content- no Can Publish- yes Can Use HTML in CMS Content- no

    Thread's started in 2011, but the problem is still alive?:S
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