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--ChristophSauer, 2007-30-June
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Looks simple (though I didn't test this). In the above example, you restrict to role "Anonymous" - which is automatically removed when you log in, so you're left with Authenticated and Admin (+ whichever groups you belong to). In the lower example you're limiting to Group Guest, which is given to ''everyone'', including people who're logged in.
I think you should also use Role Anonymous in the below example to get it going...
I'm not really sure whether this is a bug or just an artifact of the way the permission system works. Andrew would be more qualified to answer that...
--JanneJalkanen, 30-Jun-2007
What I want here is that in the private wiki you do not get view privileges automatically, even if you are authenticated, you should not be authorized by default. First someone has to assign the Group "Guest" to you. Then as a guest you can view everything (by default). Therefore I don't want the role anonymous to have any rights. So what do you mean by "use Role Anonymous"?
In the examples above I only showed the relevant parts of the policy. [open_private.txt] shows my full configuration.
--ChristophSauer, 30-Jun-2007
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Um. "Guest" is a built-in WikiPrincipal that gets automatically assigned to people who're not logged in. You should not really define a group called "Guest".
--JanneJalkanen, 30-Jun-2007
I am totally puzzled now. How can I then define a mechanism where
# People can create an account -> Thus people are authenticated, but do not have authorisation yet
# An privileged person can assign a role/group to them, so that they are now authorized as well to view the pages (By adding his wiki name in the EditGroup page)
--ChristophSauer, 1-July-2007
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Define a group which is not called "Guest", but "Visitor"?
--JanneJalkanen, 01-Jul-2007
Ahh, sorry. Now I know what you meant with built-in. Thanks.
--ChristophSauer, 02-Jul-2007
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11 02-Jul-2007 07:07 3.866 kB ChristophSauer to previous Now I understand, thanks
10 01-Jul-2007 23:06 3.769 kB JanneJalkanen to previous | to last Comment by JanneJalkanen
9 01-Jul-2007 18:21 3.665 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last
8 01-Jul-2007 15:34 3.613 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last I am puzzled now
7 01-Jul-2007 15:32 3.607 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last I am puzzled now
6 30-Jun-2007 22:16 3.297 kB JanneJalkanen to previous | to last Comment by JanneJalkanen
5 30-Jun-2007 12:51 3.093 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last what do you mean by "use Role Anonymous"?
4 30-Jun-2007 12:46 2.972 kB ChristophSauer to previous | to last what do you mean by "use Role Anonymous"?
3 30-Jun-2007 11:09 2.558 kB JanneJalkanen to previous | to last Comment by JanneJalkanen
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