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Thread began 11/14/2010 7:28 pm by dgwhit288523 | Last modified 11/30/2010 11:45 am by dgwhit288523 | 5071 views | 29 replies

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Using Security Assist

Although I have not used the Security Assist Extension except in the tutotial, can I use the files in the registration soultion pack and go through the process of setting up the four user levels for doing what I have described above?

If so, once done, how would I then assign the specific directory and file that a user would be taken to based on that level?

For example, if a user were assigned Level 2 by the administrator, once that user logs in, how would you assign that level to go to the specific directory?

Once my cleint has received an email confirmation that a user has registered, I would want to make it easy for the client to sign in at a predetermined admin level, go to that user page, click on the appropriate level for the user and be done with it.

I believe that I have all of the extensions installed that are necessary to complete the task that I have described if it is possible to accomplish this without custom coding?

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