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  • deadpool809
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Is it a secondary usergroup? Make sure it is their primary usergroup.
    No, it is their primary usergroup.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Is it a secondary usergroup? Make sure it is their primary usergroup.

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  • deadpool809
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    I've discussed it with a developer and this is how the system was designed to work. Currently to provide the functionality you want to provide, they must be in the "CMS Publisher" usergroup.

    I consider this to be a bad design. It needs to be corrected. Functionality should not be hard coded to any usergroup. I have create a bug report on the issue:
    https://tracker.vbulletin.com/vbulle...sues/VBV-18502
    That is the group I put them in - but I changed the name to "Contributor." If I change it back, will that fix the issue?

    And the CMS Editor Usergroup has "view" rights all the way to Home. They can't see any channel from some strange reason, however - they only get the warning I posted.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by deadpool809 View Post
    To be more specific, anyone I put into that usergroup sees the following message:

    "Sorry, you are not authorized to view this page.
    Please try logging in or logging in as different user Login or send a message to the admin"

    Checking the channel permissions, they are set to be able to view the channel, so I don't know what causes that.
    They need to be able to see every channel that is a parent of the specific channel as well.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    I've discussed it with a developer and this is how the system was designed to work. Currently to provide the functionality you want to provide, they must be in the "CMS Publisher" usergroup.

    I consider this to be a bad design. It needs to be corrected. Functionality should not be hard coded to any usergroup. I have create a bug report on the issue:
    https://tracker.vbulletin.com/vbulle...sues/VBV-18502

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  • deadpool809
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    To be more specific, anyone I put into that usergroup sees the following message:

    "Sorry, you are not authorized to view this page.
    Please try logging in or logging in as different user Login or send a message to the admin"

    Checking the channel permissions, they are set to be able to view the channel, so I don't know what causes that.

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  • deadpool809
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    I put them in a custom "Contributors" usergroup, which is the CMS Author usergroup with some added permissions.

    I already tested putting them in the CMS Editor usergroup, but the default permissions of that group (at least, on my installation) doesn't even allow them to see the Articles Channel. I have no idea why not.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    What people are those with the editing issue in?

    If you put them in the CMS Editor usergroup, they should be able to perform this task. Removing the "Can Edit Other's Content" permission from this group should prevent them from editing content they don't own.

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  • deadpool809
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    Thanks. That would be appreciated.

    I think I can trust the people I have writing articles on my site, but following the doctrine of least privilege - I'd rather not give them the ability to edit anyone's posts in the Articles channel. I have it set that way for now, but if a better option becomes available....

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  • Wayne Luke
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    There shouldn't be a permission for this. However, "drafts" are similar to moderated/unapproved content and users don't normally have access to content with this flag. It appears to be an oversight. We're making changes to allow users to view their own content even if it is moderated. I will bring up this scenario to see if it is covered.

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  • deadpool809
    started a topic Article posters unable to edit drafts.

    Article posters unable to edit drafts.

    Running the latest version, I have found an interesting permissions problem - was hoping you could help.

    My contributors posting Articles are able to edit their articles once they are published. However, if they save it as a draft - they are no longer able to edit. I have scoured the Channel and Usergroup permissions, and I can't find one that will allow them to edit their own drafts.

    Is there one I am missing?

    Thanks!

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