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I want to forbid Anonymous to post thread in all forums,how to operate
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Hi,

To forbid anonymous posts you need to login and go to the Admin control panel. You can set restrictions for users and user groups there.

hope this helps?

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More precisely, at Admin Panel -> Groups -> Permissions -> Anonymous Posts

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thank you !
but it seems doesn't work ,and anothor problem is the button of Attach Files is disabled ,In Admin Panel -> Groups -> Permissions ->Attachments
I choose allow all but it still doesn't work!
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Which JForum version and database version?

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version´┐Ż??2.1.4 database version: sql 3.62
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Well, JForum 2.1.5 is out already. Check it out.

Also, which database is that, "sql 3.62"?

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Rafael Steil wrote:More precisely, at Admin Panel -> Groups -> Permissions -> Anonymous Posts

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Could this be explained more as for some reason i am not grasping it. The way im understanding this is if a registered user signs up, they can be put into a group to define what they can do and see on the forums. If a person who has not registered or signed in visits the page, they are technically not a user therefore no group. Wouldn't it make more sense to make a grand all preference to deny this thing from happening rather than going into multiple groups to deny Annoymous?
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Is there any possibility to do that via some config file?

Thank you!
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This was implemented in 2.1.5 and later versions of JForum.

There are no groups associated with this setting - it is a "check box" setting in the Admin Console (whose settings are written to a config file). You can disable anonymous posting with this setting.

The other group permissions can be used to make forums/categories visible/accessible to users.

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GatorBait3 wrote: it is a "check box" setting in the Admin Console (whose settings are written to a config file). You can disable anonymous posting with this setting.



Sorry, I could not yet found any parameter in SystemGlobals.properties (please don't get me wrong, It's not a lazyness, I realy tried several times). Could you tell me the name of this parameter?

Thanks in advance
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August wrote:

GatorBait3 wrote: it is a "check box" setting in the Admin Console (whose settings are written to a config file). You can disable anonymous posting with this setting.



Sorry, I could not yet found any parameter in SystemGlobals.properties (please don't get me wrong, It's not a lazyness, I realy tried several times). Could you tell me the name of this parameter?

Thanks in advance


Well, before you go there, did you try looking in the Admin Console? Try that first ...
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Well, there comes another problem, that I didn't solve yet: I configured the forum for SSO and every try to go to the admin console ends with the automatic logout (as well as try to look at the profile, private messages and so on).
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