Advanced User Management

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Hello,

I am creating a site and need to have users that can edit only certain other groups of users.

There would be a hierarchy sort of like this: Super User/Administrators > GroupA > GroupB > Registered Users.

Users from GroupA should be able to create and see users in GroupA, GroupB and Registered Users, GroupB should be able to create and see only users in GroupB and Registered Users.

Is there any simple way to do this?

Thanks,
Chris

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ScottC
I think the easiest course of action here would be to create a few forms where you do verify this using a mix of concrete5 permissions and ACL. These are called access control lists in say Zend Framework.

I am not aware of anything in concrete5 that checks a user's group status before allowing them to add to another group, though to be honest I haven't looked all that hard.

I think that's the one area i haven't been through :)

-Scott