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Saving Default Reseller Nameservers and Privileges

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  1. crshep

    crshep Well-Known Member

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    The " Edit Reseller Nameservers and Privileges" comes already set with default values. I have created my own default values so how to I make my default values stick as in when a new reseller account is created it automatically use what I changed it too?

    As of now when I create a reseller account I have to go back into "Edit Reseller Nameservers and Privileges" and change them to what I want them to be becasue it always use's what cpanel has set as default and not what I want default to be.

    Hope I explained that correctly so people understand. :O) Thanks for any help that could be done to get this done.

    Basically every time I create a new reseller account all the boxes are empty so no options are available for the new reseller in their WHM. I created my own but every time I have to go in and edit to the name of the one I created to set it. So it is not automated.
     
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    Hi,

    it is pretty simple.
    You check the privileges you want to give then check "Save selections as a new ACL list".. give it a name and press the button "Save all settings"

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    Bob
     
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    I Understand how to change ACL and what not but I do not feel I should have to do it after every account is created. Isn't their a way that when reseller accounts get create there is a default ACL? As of now every time I create a new reseller account their are NO options in the new accounts WHM I have to go back and add the check marks each time. How can I get the check marks to stay as default or what ever so I don't have to go back and add them each time I create a new account?

    Guide to WHM Plugins - Access Control Lists - Developer Documentation - cPanel Documentation

    Doesn't tell me anything of what I'm asking.

    Thanks
     
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    Hello @crshep

    It does answer your question though. If you want to create a default list of permissions that a reseller will be allowed you need to first create an ACL list. The permissions allowed to a reseller on creation is the default ACL. If this isn't what you want you'll need to make one and then assign it to your resellers.
     
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