Sweeet

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Just wondering if this is a bug or, needs to be a feature.

In WHM you click \"Modify Account\"
it shows
Max Email Accounts:
Max Mailing Lists:
Max Sql Databases:
Max Ftp Accounts:
Max SubDomains:
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But in the Reseller WHM, it does not show these fields....

Is this a bug?

Thanks,
 

Brownie

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those fields only show if the reseller has the permission to modify accounts.
 

besta

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[quote:d5527e490d]those fields only show if the reseller has the permission to modify accounts. [/quote:d5527e490d]

How do you enable resellers to modify those features??? I have encountered the same problem a while ago. I thought it was just lack of reselling features..

Anyway here is the setting for my reseller clients account:
No All Features (warning: root access)
Yes Account Creation
Yes Add Domains
Yes Turn an account into a demo account
Yes Account Modification
Yes Edit DNS Entries
Yes Enabling/Disabling FrontPage Extensions
Yes Account Termination
Yes Delete Domains
Yes Bandwidth Limiting
Yes List Accounts
Yes Mail Trouble Shooter
Yes Enabling/Disabling SubDomains
Yes Password Modification
Yes Quota Modification
No Rearrange Accounts (used to free up disk space)
No Reset Shopping Cart
No Resync Ftp Passwords
No Restart Services
Yes View Account Bandwidth Usage
No Enabling/Disabling SSL Support
Yes View Account Statistics
Yes Account Suspension
Yes Account Upgrades
 

SoftWareRevue

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[quote:0046b3af1d]those fields only show if the reseller has the permission to modify accounts. [/quote:0046b3af1d]

Same question as besta, how can we do this?
(detail instructions) ;)

PS: besta, why are you not letting resellers

reset shopping carts, resync ftp passwords?
I have found alot when people change their password you need to sync the FTP passwords
so that the old one does not work. Also shopping carts mess up alot..
CHANGE THEM TO YES! :)
 

Sweeet

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[quote:5a092336a9]those fields only show if the reseller has the permission to modify accounts. [/quote:5a092336a9]

You said it can be done, please show us how.
;)

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Because in the reseller WHM under \"Modify Account\" it does not show these fields...

[Edited on 9/28/01 by Sweeet]
 

Brownie

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sorry - Ive been ill.

[img:5f91fa6b8b]http://209.249.75.12/nick/whm.gif[/img:5f91fa6b8b]
 

besta

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[quote:167364651b]sorry - Ive been ill.

[img:167364651b]http://209.249.75.12/nick/whm.gif[/img:167364651b] [/quote:167364651b]

Done that... But it doesnt actually enable resellers to add more mysql, emails,ftp ...etc.
Only allow them to change the cpanel theme and the user name.

[Edited on 9/29/01 by besta]
 

Brownie

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[quote:015b73dd01]IOO!! netscape?

LOL
-Kyle [/quote:015b73dd01]

Yes - there is no Internet Explorer for Linux Kyle
 

Kylecool

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Yes, I know that. Internet Explorer is Microsoft, so you can\'t use it, but NetScape? There are tons on Browers for Linux. Please don\'t use NetScape! :) LOL

-Kyle
 

Sweeet

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[quote:3c0642c8d7][quote:3c0642c8d7]sorry - Ive been ill.

[img:3c0642c8d7]http://209.249.75.12/nick/whm.gif[/img:3c0642c8d7] [/quote:3c0642c8d7]

Done that... But it doesnt actually enable resellers to add more mysql, emails,ftp ...etc.
Only allow them to change the cpanel theme and the user name.

[Edited on 9/29/01 by besta] [/quote:3c0642c8d7]

This is correct, it only lets the reseller change the cPanel theme, and username...

The reseller can not change the accounts limits on MySQL Database/Email/Email List/Etc...

Is there a trick to allow the reseller to change these options by when we click that box?
(Do you have to click it while holding the mouse at a 57 Degree angle or something?)

:)

[Edited on 10/1/01 by Sweeet]
 

Brownie

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[quote:61487717c5]Yes, I know that. Internet Explorer is Microsoft, so you can\'t use it, but NetScape? There are tons on Browers for Linux. Please don\'t use NetScape! :) LOL

-Kyle [/quote:61487717c5]

Kyle, I really dont think my using of Netscape is the issue being discussed here. I also have Opera and Konq installed but Netscape was open at the time of taking the shot.
 

Kylecool

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Ok, Opera is cool. Yea, this isn\'t being discussed. Well said. :)

-Kyle
 

Brian Farkas

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I think the reason that this is not a feature is that it would essentially defeat the purpose of the plan structure. Usually, if you have defined plans for your resellers to sell, you wouldn\'t want them changing the settings on those plans.
 

SoftWareRevue

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When you give a reseller 4gb of space and
40gb of bandwidth. They do not have any set plans they have to sell. They do as they wish with it. So what are you talking about?

They [b:fbe414ede7]should[/b:fbe414ede7] be able to add a MySQL database or anything to one of their clients
accounts.

*lost*
Why should they not be aloud to add to
one of thier clients accounts? ;) :( :D

[Edited on 10/9/01 by SoftWareRevue]