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As a preface, allow me to apologise if my inquiry is already answered on the wiki. I did review any pages that looked remotely relevant, but I couldn't find the answer to my question. I've been reviewing a test instance of Integria on my local machine, in the hope that it will help my organisation manage tasks and projects among geographically distant users with minimal duplicated effort or inefficient communication.

So far it appears very promising, but I don't understand the difference in effective user permissions between "Administrator" users and "Standard Users". Both seem able to edit anything, including account information for other users. Is there a difference? If we were to deploy Integria across our organisation, would I want regular workers and project leaders to be "External Users", with myself as a "Standard User"?

In brief, what are the different effective permisssions for each type of user account?

Thanks for any help you can give. You should be proud of what appears to be an ambitious, feature-rich design.
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An administrator is "the god" user.

Standard user rights are defined by profiles / groups. But this feature (ACL's) are only implemented in the enterprise (non-free) version.

External user is a "quick" way to implement a very simple ACL system for ticketing, based on each "external" user can only see it's own information, not sharing nothing with other external users.

(03-09-2010, 09:39 PM)Reynolds link Wrote: As a preface, allow me to apologise if my inquiry is already answered on the wiki. I did review any pages that looked remotely relevant, but I couldn't find the answer to my question. I've been reviewing a test instance of Integria on my local machine, in the hope that it will help my organisation manage tasks and projects among geographically distant users with minimal duplicated effort or inefficient communication.

So far it appears very promising, but I don't understand the difference in effective user permissions between "Administrator" users and "Standard Users". Both seem able to edit anything, including account information for other users. Is there a difference? If we were to deploy Integria across our organisation, would I want regular workers and project leaders to be "External Users", with myself as a "Standard User"?

In brief, what are the different effective permisssions for each type of user account?

Thanks for any help you can give. You should be proud of what appears to be an ambitious, feature-rich design.
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