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Multiple Administrator Sub-Accouns

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by cosito, Dec 6, 2006.

  1. cosito

    cosito Guest

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    Top Key-Features of Plesk 8.1:

    Multiple Administrator Sub-accounts – In this new release, the Administrator has the ability to create another user account (including a username and password) and grant the user of that account the same administrative rights.

    This is great, but how could i setup such an account?

    Thanks a lot
     
  2. atomicmak

    atomicmak Guest

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    same here.
    even i could not able to find such facility to add another admin..
     
  3. 105547111

    105547111 Silver Pleskian

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    I also can't find it :(

    Can someone from swsoft tell us how to?
     
  4. macmizer

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    Sub-administrator

    I need the ability to setup two sub-administrator accounts but I would also like the ability to limit what they can and cannot do in plesk. I would of course want to make sure they could not delete my admin account and limit them from seeing or touching any clients and domains that I have setup under my id.
     
  5. chillax

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    You need to read more carefully...

    Top Key Features for Windows:
    ...
    4. Multiple Administrator Sub-accounts –


    You need to look in the section titled:
    Top Key Features for Linux/UNIX

    Source:
    http://download1.swsoft.com/Plesk/Plesk8.1/Doc/plesk8.1_whatsnew.htm

    Granted, SWSoft should have made this more clear by maybe including an anchor to the section that corresponds to your OS or separate pages even.

    Does not appear that they have included this feature to the Linux version yet.
     
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