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Managing Users and CMS

Thread began 12/06/2013 9:08 am by jo271221 | Last modified 12/06/2013 9:16 am by Jason Byrnes | 251 views | 1 replies |

jo271221

Managing Users and CMS

I have a website with both CMS installed and a separate registration for public users which I created using security assist. I want the log in that I created using security assist to be able to compare the UserGroupID to allow and restrict access. So that the team members (UserGroupID=4) can manage the clients. (UserGroupID=8) The webadmin UserGroupID=1 is the same as the CMS therefore at this level 1 the admin will be able to manage both Users and Website content. However at level 1 I will have them log into the CMS admin so that they can manage web pages and all users in one session. I have attached both log ins and the sa helper files. Thank You!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

see the following tutorial for details on user level authentication:
http://assets.webassist.com/solutionrecipes/securityassist_user_level_auth_sr.pdf

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