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  • pmkb
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    In my case, there seemed to be an issue with vBSEO until I rebuilt the bitfields:

    http://yourforumsroot/admincp/index....buildbitfields

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  • Freeones
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    I finally found out the real problem, so I was able to fix it! For some reason during the upgrade my custom usergroups were configured to not allow additional usergroups to overwrite settings!

    Usergroups -> Usergroup Manager -> {Select Usergroup} -> Edit Usergroup -> Allow Users to have Member Groups -> Yes

    Thanks,
    Raymond

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  • pmkb
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    I'm having similar issues with 3.7.0 (upgraded from 3.6.x):

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=276915

    http://www.vbulletin.com/forum/showthread.php?t=251533

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  • Freeones
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    Those permission listed there are the same "low level" permissions, so only "Can Edit Own Posts" is available there...

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  • JVCode
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    Okay, well for mod permissions, you can do this forum by forum as you wish at AdminCp > UserGroups > Forum Permissions. then 'edit' the usergroup for each forum. hope this helps.

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  • Freeones
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    There you can for example not set permission to edit other's posts, only "Can Edit Own Posts". Those permission are very low level permissions... no moderator permissions there!

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  • JVCode
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    AdminCP > UserGroups > UserGroup Manager > Edit Selected UserGroup.

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  • Freeones
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    I lost track of all kinds of permissions...

    Hello,

    Last week I upgraded from vBulletin 3.7.6 to 3.7.1 and I got a notice about updated/changed permissions in the admincp. A few days after the upgrade I got mails from almost all moderators that they are not able to post or edit (not even their own posts).

    I've checked the permissions everywhere in the admincp, but I lost track of the permission completely. I really do not know anymore which permissions are overriding other permissions, and where you can set what kind of permissions.

    For example I want to give my usergroup "Employees" permissions to edit posts of other too. But for some reason I cannot do this anymore without giving those users super moderator permissions. Those employees are not moderators so they do not to have all other permissions that moderators have...

    Can I read somewhere where to set which permissions and which permissions override other permissions?

    Best regards,
    Raymond

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