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  1. #1
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    November 2015

    Question Self-Contained Groups

    Here is what I'm looking for:
    Self-contain certain server groups, so that Server Group A can't access Server Group B if server group A leader has a i_group_member_add_power higher than the leader of Server Group B

    I was drafted to help revamp our permissions system that the guy before me screwed up majorly. Anybody coming in could daisy-chain their way up to server admin, due to incorrectly set up server permission values in the i_group_member_add_power ranges.

    Here is how our server is currently set up, for example.
    The groups with the "---NAME---" are headers, so when youre looking through someone's server groups, as identifiers, you dont have to read every single group
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    Additionally, as a PART 2 to my question, I would like to know if theres a way to assign only a select few USERS to being able to add personnel to a group without making a whole new server group.
    Thanks for your time!

  2. #2
    Join Date
    June 2008
    You can not prevent that user in a group with higher or same permissions can not add themself to a group that would need lover permissions.

    Client permissions is what you are searching for. But you better write down who got permissions in case you want to remove them later.
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