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4 years 3 months ago #36471 by glenanpl
Hello,
It’s possible to acces back-end of Jomres (Joomla) for user, but for manager (ACL Joomla) I haven’t see any possibility to access Jomres
How it is possible to do that?
Thanks’ in advance

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4 years 2 months ago #36484 by Rodrigo Rocco
Any Jomres user is a Joomla user, so is up to how you set the rights in Joomla.

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Please don't PM for support, raise a ticket instead. If you need contact me please via my website.TY

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4 years 2 months ago #36500 by glenanpl
Hi Rodrigo,
Thank for the answer, but I can’t find ACL about Joomres in Joomla. See attachment.
Regards

Attachment jomres-acl.png not found

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3 years 9 months ago #39702 by joegyi
Any answer for it?
I got the same issue.

Best Regards,

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3 years 9 months ago #39703 by glenanpl
Hi Joegyi,
No! Not yet a response :-(
Regard

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3 years 9 months ago #39705 by joegyi
Hi Glenanpl,
Thanks for your quick reply.
Sorry to hear that no response for that for so long from jomres.
May be Jomres do not know or neglect or cannot solve or don't care our problem.
I am not sure, does ACL manager can solve our problem or not?
extensions.joomla.org/extensions/extensi...e-access/acl-manager

With Regards

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