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Question Odd, user is shown as Administrator in Rating, which he is not

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10 years 6 months ago #1 by fribse
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I have an ordinary club member posting to our forum.
We have an extra level above 'registered' that we call 'Member', he is in the group Member, and nothing else.
The Kunena is integrated to CB.

I have other users displaying the same oddity.

In Kunena, the rank is shown as Administrator.
If the user is in other groups and have different ACL's, eg. above the level of Member, then I don't see the problem. But for some reason the user is shown as Administrator if he is ONLY in Member.
The group Member is not in Special or anything in the ACL.

Why on earth is that happening?

Best regards
Fribse

Dykkerklubben Dannebroge www.dkdb.dk
We're a volunteer driven diving club in Mosede, Denmark.
Har du brug for en dykkerklub der rummer alle, så kom ned til os.

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10 years 6 months ago #2 by Matias
First check Options >> Permissions (Joomla ACL) from top of the Kunena control panel. All the non-admin users should have deny on both rules.

Is the user owner of some GroupJive group? That could also cause user to be seen as an admin.

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10 years 6 months ago - 10 years 6 months ago #3 by fribse
Hi Matias

Thanks for looking into this.

They have 'Inherited' and that results in 'Not allowed' Setting it to denied didn't change anything.
I'm not using GroupJive, but of course something could be set in CB somehow...

Best regards
Fribse

Dykkerklubben Dannebroge www.dkdb.dk
We're a volunteer driven diving club in Mosede, Denmark.
Har du brug for en dykkerklub der rummer alle, så kom ned til os.
Last edit: 10 years 6 months ago by fribse.

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10 years 6 months ago #4 by fribse
Ok, I've turned the attention to CB, and changing the sidebar mode to 'Beginner' from 'Advanced' made the sidebar correct, so I guess it's a CB problem.

Thanks for the pointer!

Best regards
Fribse

Dykkerklubben Dannebroge www.dkdb.dk
We're a volunteer driven diving club in Mosede, Denmark.
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10 years 6 months ago #5 by Matias
Advanced is substitution based; it displays whatever you tell it to display. So you probably have wrong value in somewhere...

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