Enabling services webgui to user

    • OMV 4.x

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    • Enabling services webgui to user

      Hello,

      I'm quite new to OMV family, actually I'm in the deployment process of my first machine. I've looked on google and tried to look on forum, no luck with either approach. If my question was answered, please point me to solution and I'll delete this thread.

      Short question:
      Can I grant user access to web gui plugin/service menu?

      Long question:
      I'm currently setting up OMV machine as a upgrade from synology machine. One of requirements was to allow users to use equivalent of "Download station". Of course I can make it happen with "BitTorrent" and "Downloader" plugins/services, however I'm unable to give user access to gui of those services. I'm unable to give user gui access to anything to be honest. I know there is RCP for BitTorrent, but that seems like a workaround, not a proper solution to problem. Can I grant user access to web gui plugin/service menu?

      Regards
      Christopher
    • No. There is only one admin.

      However the framework allows to create plugins that allow non-admin users to access the parts of the plugin the developer wants. Cases are:
      - cups
      - OpenVPN

      This has been answered before. Not sure if is in the new wiki. I’ll check it out and if not I’ll add it.
      New wiki
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