Account Privileges allow you to grant account access to another person so they can edit settings within the panel. When you create account privileges, you are able to choose how much access is allowed. For example, if you have four websites in your account and you want someone else to have access to only one of them, you can choose which domain, emails, and databases you want to provide access.
This page provides details on how to set up Account Privileges and further information about available privileges.
Enabling Account Privileges
To enable Account Privileges:
- Navigate to the (Panel > ‘Users’ > ‘Account Privileges’) page.
- Click the Account Privileges link.
- The Account Privileges page appears:
- Click the Grant Privileges to a New Person button.
- The Granting privileges page appears:
- Enter the email address and name of the person you wish to give privileges to.
Note: You can also grant additional privileges on this page, including:
- Billing info
- Grant Privileges for other users
- Manage Private Servers
- Select the additional privileges to which you wish grant access.
- At the bottom of the page, click the Set Privileges button to save your changes.
- When you submit the information, a confirmation email is sent to the new user which requests a password change:
- After you enable privileges for the new user, you can view a full listing of what you've allowed this user to access on your account:
What the granted user sees in the panel
When the newly created user logs into their account, they only see the information you have allowed.
In the following example:
- The new user named ‘dhwikiuser’ only has access to three domains and the unique IP.
- The ‘Manage Account’ tab at the top is grayed out – this is because this user does not have billing privileges.
- Since billing privileges have not been added, this new user cannot add or renew registrations either.
- Below is what they see in the panel if they click the ‘Domains > Registrations’ tab:
- Modify billing details.
- Grant Privileges
- Checking this option allows the privileged user to grant privileges to other users.
- Private Servers
- Manage existing private servers and also gain access for managing future servers.
- Modify existing and possibly future domains. Does not allow new domain hosting.
- Domain Registrations
- Modify and manage domain registrations. To add domain registrations, you must grant the privileged user billing access.
- Modify existing users and potentially future users. This privilege does not allow user creation.
- Modify and manage Unix Groups.
- Mailing Lists
- Manage and post to mailing lists. Domain access is required to allow a privileged user to add mailing lists.
- Discussion Lists
- Manage discussion lists. Domain access is required to allow a privileged user to add discussion lists.
- Modify existing databases and add new ones. Hosting Plan access is required to allow a privileged user to add new databases.
- Note: Privileged users are not able to access the MySQL section of the panel unless they have access to at least one domain.
- Hosting Plans
- You may have multiple hosting plans under one account, and this would allow the user to add or remove features to all or some of these hosting plans.
Privileged users are not able to add/access any additional features if they do not have access to at least one domain.
Revoking account privileges
- Navigate to the (Panel > 'Users' > 'Account Privileges') page.
- You’ll see a red X next to the privileged username:
- Click the Revoke All Privileges for ‘username’ button.
- A pop-up confirmation box appears to confirm this action.
- Click OK to finish.