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CRM | e-Commerce | Accounting | Inventory | PoS | Project management | MRP | etc.
I would like to create a user that should have access only to read, write and delete Customers and Products. Hiding all other menu items looked like a good solution (I saw this on official tutorial), but even for this simple case I cannot make access right restrictions. Can someone please paste me a good link tutorial to manage access rights or help me with this usecase?
I got it. It is more complex then I initially thought. But, if someone needs to really quickly adjust menu links to be hidden for certain groups - here's the way to do it. (This is definitely not the correct way but "lazy/easy" way):
- Create your Group
- Assign Admin rights (same as Admin group) to the group
- Find User Interface -> Menu items you need for group and set your group to it with admin group.
- Repeat 3. for all links you need.
I repeat, this is not the right way (I'm still learning the proper way to configure user rights), but I hate leaving my questions unanswered.
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|Asked: 5/26/13, 4:23 PM|
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