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Set permission in a specific dotnetnuke module for a particular User/ UserGroup

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Creator: host   8/27/2012 10:40:29 PM    Author: Sibabrata Dash   Source: http://www.mindfiresolutions.com/How-to-set-permission-in-a-specific-module-for-a-particular-User-UserGroup-1058.php   Views: 2953    0    0  
Login Module develop User Role Permission


To give permission to a particular User/ UserGroup to access a Module in DotNetNuke, follow the steps below :

  1. Go to Admin > Security Roles.

  2. Click on “Add New Role” link

  3. Create a role let say 'Paid Member'

  4. Now create a new user let say 'mindfire' by clicking 'Add New User' at Admin > User Accounts

  5. Give above role (Paid Member) to user mindfire by clicking on “manage roles” lock icon against to it.

  6. Now go to the module settings page and un-check the “Inherit View permissions from Page” check box.

  7. Check the “Paid Member” check box under “Permissions” panel and save the settings page.

  8. Now the specific module will only visible to the administrator, host and the mindfire (The user you created in step 4)

Following the steps described above you can create any number of users and assign them “Paid Member” role, after whch they will be able to access the module and do their own activities.

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