The portion not for admin wouldn't expose the access group field, since you wouldn't want people to be able to choose their access group as they register.
The column names are uniquely named to prevent confusion when referring to them later. They could be the same, really the database design can be whatever you want, but making sure each column is uniquely named we just avoid having to talk about ambiguous column names in joined queries.
This answer is what was confusing me, but can you please answer the question I posted under User Level Authentication on this forum, because there I describe the problem I have now.
All I want is a basic log in registration system with the possibility for a admin to log in and have access to the admin pages. I understand the system with 2 times Security Assist.
1. normal login/registration system for all users.
2. only login page for administrator with page directing to the administrative
3. Administrative pages made by Data Assist.
But what I like to do is let the admin use the same login page as the normal users. So only 1 time Security Assist and 1 time Data Assist.
This is the link to my other question. When this is solved I know how to do it. showthread.php?t=18439