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Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Group ACLs

From: Brian Johnson
Subject: Re: [Phpgroupware-users] Group ACLs
Date: Mon, 28 Jul 2003 13:38:04 +0000

The access permissions for users and groups is similar to a file system

You can assign people (accounts) to more than one group and control which 
groups get
to read/write/delete the records of other groups.  You can also do it on a user 
user basis, but it is time consuming when there is likely duplicated setup 
some users .. that is why there is groups.

If you have all your users in one group then you can only control that one 
group and
you limit how much versatility you have (which is fine if one group is all you 
to achieve your desired results.

Sounds like you want a multigroup setup.  Make your groups, assign users to 
and give the groups permissions in the Admin app

You'll have to think through the logic of which groups get access to which other
group's records .. it is often very difficult to explain / ask questions about
anything other than the most simple specific setups

Jorge Izquierdo (address@hidden) wrote:
>I will repeat my question into another subject to separate it form the
>problem of the hacked server:
>  I have a question regarding to your post about granting right to
>groups not to users. I´ve discovered from your mail "the blue box" for
>the application ACL when assigning apps to a group. What is this for?
>All my users belongs to Default group and this group adds calendar
>access but I don´t want they all share their calendar public events. May
>I use the ACL of the calendar app to achieve this beahaviour with the
>Default group? How may I perform this?
>Thanks for help, and good luck with the server.
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Brian Johnson
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