Yools Design

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Dear,

Currently; each time a user installs an addon (like wordpress) I need to moderate this as root user. I however do not want to moderate this. I have been looking on how to disable cpaddons (the most valuable info was at Tweak Settings I followed the instructions (i believe) but it is not working for me; users still need to submit a request; I attached my current settings. Can anyone tell me what is not set correctly?

Thanks in advance!

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Infopro

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Moderate, or are you being alerted only? What exactly does the email say? (edit the real domain names out of course)

I'm not sure I agree with all your settings.

Source updates? We want the newest updates available.
Notify that those updates are available? Yes we want to know that too I think.
 

Yools Design

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Dear,

With the current settings, when I go in a cPanel user, and go to 'site software', I am required to fill in all data to create a wordpress blog. Once written all info (username, dbname etc), it goes to a next screen, which says: Installs for cPanel::Blogs::WordPress are being moderated. You will need to request approval below: The email says cPAddons Site Software request cPanel::Blogs::WordPress.0.yaml - Installed

As for your comments, I fully agree with you infopro. I just turned off everything in the hope this would solve my problem.

I hope this info helps??

I am in any case not seeing where it goes wrong in turning off moderation
 

Yools Design

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Thanks! - I have copied your settings (with my email); I will wait for 48h (as it sats it might take this long). Though atm it didnt change anything. If not, I guess I should check with the hosting company, though they dont have cpanel support..