I accidentally gave a User custom permissions. I went into the User customer permissions template and made the necessary corrections to where this user has no special permissions but this user still appears in the Admin CP --> Users --> User Permission area. How can I have this user removed from that area?
PS. It's actually the admin acct. I wanted to adjust the admin group template and made an error. If it was another acct I'd probably try deleting the acct and making a new one, but don't wish to try this with the admin acct.
I've done that, but the "admin" still appears in the list. I could ignore it as a minor annoyance. Not sure if this would be considered a bug or a minor request, but since there should be a way to delete an entry in this list.
All numeric values are 0. The issue arose after I installed XenPorta. The only change I originally made was to ALLOW the two new XenPorta settings. When I discovered my error, I changed the settings back to Not Set (NO).
This is a new forum setup and there are presently no admins or mods. I went ahead and gave moderator rights to a test account and it does not show up here. I then gave admin rights to that same account and it still does not show up here.
I realize there are a lot more serious concerns, and this issue is minor. You may just want to make a note of it in case it is brought up later.
I have the same problem. I gave someone user-specific permissions, it was only intended to be temporary; now I can't delete their name out of that section - I can only change the permissions. Which is annoying.
I changed all the permissions to Not Set (NO) based on your last post and.....the admin account was removed from the Custom Permissions list!
Thanks so much Brogan! You are awesome! I can't begin to say how much I appreciate how you stick with an issue until it is resolved.
As a side note, no one else has access to the admin account except for myself, and no one else has any permissions on these forums higher then Registered User. I never accessed the User Permission screen before today, I was only on there for moments, and the sole purpose was to change the XenPorta settings. I definitely did not change those settings to Allow, so I left them as I found them. I suspect the system somehow assigned those values there causing the problem.
anotheralias, I hope this information helps you. Change all values to Not Set (NO) and the issue should be resolved.