Access to modules (DNSmanager)

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The module can be used to view the entire list of the modules available in DNSmanager, and restrict access to certain modules for your users. Here you can view the list of the users and their access privileges to the system functions and change them, if necessary. Please do not restrict access to this module for the server administrator (root), as you will not be able to allow it again via the control panel.

Those DNSmanager users who cannot use any of the control panel's modules will not see this module in the main menu. When trying to access this module via DNSmanager API the "Access denied" error will display.

Module «Access to modules»
Image:T-bullet.gif View the access information
Image:T-edit.png Change access permissions

View the access information

  • Function name - name of the control panel function.
  • Module name - name of the menu item corresponding to the DNSmanager module.
  • Access level - users that are allowed or denied to use this module. You can deny access to the module for users of these login levels only.
Image:T-root.png - the module is available for administrators
Image:T-reseller.png - the module is available or resellers
Image:T-user.png - the module is available for users
  • Status - access to the ISPmanager modules.
    • Allowed for all - all the control users may access this module.
    • Denied for all - none users can access this module.
    • Allowed for - only specified users can access this module.
    • Denied for - specified users cannot access this module.

Change access permissions

To change the access permissions to a module of the control panel, select the corresponding line from the list, click the "Edit" icon and fill out the form:

Module «Access to modules»
  • Module name - menu item corresponding to the ISPmanager module. The field is read-only.
  • Access type - access restriction to the module. Possible variants are as follows:
    • Allowed for all - all users can access this module.
    • Denied for all - none users can access this module.
    • Allowed for - access to the module is allowed for specified users. The users can be listed below.
    • Denied for - access to the module is denied for all the users listed below.
  • The list of users - list of the control panel users who are allowed or denied to access the selected modules.
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