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Two rules allowing access to two sets of pages

Thread began 9/18/2012 9:53 am by iainmacdonald331081 | Last modified 9/19/2012 12:31 pm by iainmacdonald331081 | 1273 views | 12 replies


OK - I'm now just using the one table, and the site is currently set up to allow access to all the admin pages if users have logged in.

So I guess I need to change that and have two rules to allow access to different pages depending on which group the logged in user belongs to.

I have added a new field (User_Level) populated with either Administrator or Editor for each user.

I assumed the next step was to create two Groups, using Web Assist > Security Assist > Manage Site Access > Access Groups Manager, but when I looked in there, I wasn't sure as I was expecting to be able to define two groups where my field User_Level = Administrator and User_Level = Editor. But its more like asking me to enter users manually?

Or can I just edit the rules directly or create new ones based on being logged in + User_Level = Administrator / Editor?

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