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Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by augustogava, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. augustogava

    augustogava Registered

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    hi,

    when its made login in cpanel, i dont want that the user see all of the contents, just few of then like Email or Sql.....

    is it possible??
    thanks
     
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    use the feature manager in WHM
     
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    which feature manager?
     
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    WEB-PROS Well-Known Member

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    Login to whm as root, go down to the area about accounts and click on feature manger, yo can then edit the default feature list or make a new feature list.

    When you make a new plan or edit a old plan you can select the name of the new feature list, when you then make a account with that plan only them features will be enabled in there cpanel.

    Hope this helps

    Ashley Merrick
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  5. augustogava

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    Thanks a lot, it works.
    and is it possible to have more than one login per site, with different permissions?? like a login can acess sql, other ftp, other email management??

    *Feature Manager was in packages area ;)
     
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    Lyttek Well-Known Member

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    I'll say "Nope."
     
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    Indeed - since you can only login to a cPanel account using a single account login.
     
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    The only way you could do it was having different subdomain for each one which would be pointless, may i ask why you need this. Why would u want different logins for different features?:confused:
     
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    Well most things that you need to do to a user you could probably do in WHM and then theme idea is a good idea!!
     
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    He probably wants to make it so the user can log in and see limited functions, while he can log in and see everything.

    This is not possible by normal methods. What I do is use custom skins and if I need to log in to someones cPanel, I switch the skin to my full featured one, then switch it back when done.
     
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