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*Only the default administrator role has this capability set to allow.
 
*Only the default administrator role has this capability set to allow.
 
*This capability may be applied in the course or system context. If applied in the course context, it allows a user to login as another course participant and browse within that course only.
 
*This capability may be applied in the course or system context. If applied in the course context, it allows a user to login as another course participant and browse within that course only.
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====Legacy Role Default Settings====
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{| border="1" cellspacing="0" cellpadding="2"
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! Legacy Role !! Inherit !! Allow !! Prevent !! Prohibit
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| Administrator || - || X || - || -
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| Course Creator || X || - || - || -
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|-
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| Teacher || X || - || - || -
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| Non-editing Teacher || X || - || - || -
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|-
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| Student || X || - || - || -
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| Guest || X || - || - || -
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| Authenticated User || X || - || - || -
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|}
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==

Revision as of 09:53, 10 March 2008

  • This allows a user to log in as any other user, except users with the moodle/site:doanything capability. It has the same function as the "login as" button in Moodle 1.6.
  • Only the default administrator role has this capability set to allow.
  • This capability may be applied in the course or system context. If applied in the course context, it allows a user to login as another course participant and browse within that course only.

Legacy Role Default Settings

Legacy Role Inherit Allow Prevent Prohibit
Administrator - X - -
Course Creator X - - -
Teacher X - - -
Non-editing Teacher X - - -
Student X - - -
Guest X - - -
Authenticated User X - - -

See also