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Revision as of 09:02, 17 January 2012

Course and activity permissions

Role permissions for a course can be changed in Settings > Course administration > Users > Permissions and for a particular activity in Settings > Activity administration > Permissions.

Click the Allow icon (+) opposite a capability to give permission to additional roles or the Prevent icon (X) to take away permission.


Block permissions

Block permissions can be changed as follows:

  1. Turn editing on in the course
  2. Click the assign roles icon (a face and mask) in the header of the block
  3. Scroll down to the settings block and click the Permissions link


Checking permissions

The check permissions feature provides a method to view all capabilities for a selected user based on their role assignments. These capabilities determine whether or not the selected user is allowed to perform associated tasks within the system or course.

A teacher can check permissions for their course in Settings > Course administration > Users > Permissions > Check permissions and for a particular activity in Settings > Activity administration > Check permissions. An administrator can check system permissions in Settings > Site administration > Users > Permissions > Check system permissions

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Capability overview report

An administrator can generate a capability overview report in Site Administration > Users > Permissions > Capability report.

The report shows, for a particular capability, what permission that capability has in the definition of every role (or a selection of roles), and everywhere in the site where that capability is overridden.

See also