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  • Zachery
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    Access masks are more for specific situtations and are done on a userbaiss, you really should use forum permissions and secondary usergroups when possible, and only use access maks when nessary, at least as a rule of thumb., ive only used access masks once in all of my time using vBulletin and that was just a few weeks ago for a problematic user.

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  • Ocean
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    Hmm. Well, now - as it so happens, you are correct. But this is only because the Administrators UserGroup can see everything by default anyway. Thus, there was no need to make any changes.


    So, if I want to create another User Group with the same priviledges, I guess I'll have to set the access masks for each Forum individually.

    Oh well, at least with it being a Friday and all, I'll have plenty of time.

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  • Zachery
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    Im goin to take a stab at you have not assigned any custom forum permissions to the Admin group thats why

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  • I can't create Forum Permissions based on the Administrators UserGroup

    When I create a new UserGroup - at the bottom, where I can set the Forum Permissions based on another UserGroup - The Administrators Group is not listed.

    In addition, from Forum Permissions screen, when I try to use the Permission Duplication Tool to accomplish the same thing - again, the Administrators Group is not listed.


    I am trying to create another Admin-level Group, but I would rather not have to set everything manually.

    Does anyone know what is causing this, and how it can be resolved? I'm hoping that it's not by design.
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