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DNN module security permissions

The latest version 6.2 of DNN released in May 2012 has added one more role to the permission area. With the addition of unverified users, the list of the in build module security roles is increased to now six. These security roles are all users, registered users, subscribers, translators, unregistered users unverified users. In this article, we will inform to our readers about the different DNN module security permissions that are in built in a module and how it works. So, here goes…

What exactly is module security permission?

Module security permission is a feature that comes in built or by default in a module wherein you can assign, view and edit permissions. These permissions are available for both the pages and modules in dotnetnuke. These permissions can be:

  • A user does not have permission
  • A user has view permission
  • A user has limited permission
DNN module security permissions

DNN security permissions roles allow the administrator to give access to certain areas of your website, dependant on which security role a user belongs to. Every website has different requirements, so it is wise to plan your requirements before you start adding any content to your website. For instance, a magazine portal gives certain specific permissions to the online visitors while certain specific permissions are given to the registered magazine subscribers.

Steps in assigning the DNN module security permissions

Note:We are presupposing that a custom module is already developed by a DNN developer and the admin is logged in.

Step 1. Place cursor pointer over the module where you are intending to change permission. A window is displayed as shown in the figure 1.

DNN module security permissions

Step 2. Click settings

Step 3. Click Permission tab. A window is displayed as shown in the figure 2.
DNN module security permissions

Step 4. Change DNN module security permissions.

Configuring module security permission is quite an old and powerful feature in DNN, but it is not used to its fullest capacity. One of the reasons for it is the lack of documentation available for it.

For more information on DNN module security permissions functionality, please feel free to contact us.

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