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  • Hussain
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    Thanks Merk. Got the picture.

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  • merk
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    Either option will allow a user to be a member of a secondary usergroup - what it stops from happening is permission inheritence.

    Numbers = secondary

    User is a member of GROUP A and GROUP 1 2 and 3.

    Groups 1 2 and 3 give the user special access rights (group A allows it). You now wish to ban this user, or they didnt pay their subscription, or some other reason.

    You move them to Group B - which doesnt allow permission inheritence - and now they dont get to inherit the permissions that came with being a member of groups 1 2 and 3.

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  • Zachery
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    If it is enabled, or turned on, users may belong to additional usergroups./

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  • Hussain
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    Originally posted by Zachery
    IF you turn it off, users cannot belong to secondary usergroups (usefull if it is a banned user)
    What about if it is turned on? Then how could one use it constructively? Is there some place I could read this? I mean there is no help attached to when one is setting the user permissions as there is with the other features. Thank you.

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  • Zachery
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    IF you turn it off, users cannot belong to secondary usergroups (usefull if it is a banned user)

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  • Hussain
    started a topic How do I?

    How do I?

    How do I use:

    Allow Users to have Member Groups
    (Sets whether or not permissions from the user's member (secondary) user group memberships are inherited or not)

    Thanks.
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