|OS type and version
||Ubuntu Linux 22.04.3
||All installed packages are up to date
This is definitely a newbie question.
If all account permissions are set in an account template,
(Virtualmin → System settings → Account Plans),
what role does ‘Edit Owner Limit’ serve?
(Virtualmin → Administration Options → Edit Owner Limits)
Am I missing something, or is this a duplication of settings?
Plans = default settings when domain is created
Edit owner limits = edit them afterwords if required
If you edit the Virtual server you have the following option which will overwrite the options?
What happens if you only want to change 1 server on the plan ?
As a temporary override, maybe, otherwise it should be on another plan.
Saves me time keeping plans to a minimum and tweaking domains as required as I dont even think of what plan I’m using as i only have one when a domain is created but each to their own
Account Plans are system wide.
Edit owner limits is for that domain only and override System plans for that domain.
I have a customer who need shell access to do development. I add the access for him on his account only. Thats a example why its needed.
thanks for the information, I will add it to my notes.
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