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How do I disable...

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by netaffairs1, Dec 16, 2008.

  1. netaffairs1

    netaffairs1 Guest

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    How do I disable practicly everything for end users.

    I'm trying to make it so they can only get to the phpmyadmin part.
    the only problem I keep having is that I am somehow unable to take away their rights to edit the desktop part in their account aswell as their abillity to access the other parts.

    on their desktop I placed the link to the "webadmin for database" which is all they actually need.

    can someone give me advice on how to disable everything else?

    Regards,
    ~Netaffairs
     
  2. Satoriya

    Satoriya Guest

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    Hello netaffairs1,

    There are several ways to restrics users from accessing a set of items in Plesk Contro Panel:
    * One is to use 'Permission' option for Client/Domain admistrators that helps to define the needed level of access.
    It can be found here:
    Plesk CP > Client > select exact Client > Permissions
    Plesk CP > Domains > select exact Domain > Domain Administrator Access

    * You can also use interface templates to hide buttons; please, read documentation page explaining how to use it:
    http://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/Plesk8.6/Doc/en-US/plesk-8.6-unix-administrators-guide/28735.htm
     
  3. netaffairs1

    netaffairs1 Guest

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    Thank you Satoriya.

    I'll try those options.
     
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