Commit 7c27524f authored by Till Brehm's avatar Till Brehm

Added readme file.

parent 9a916279
Description for security_settings.ini values.
The option "superadmin" means that a setting is only available to the admin user with userid 1 in the interface.
If there are other amdins, then they cant access this setting.
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Setting: allow_shell_user
Options: yes/no
Description: Disables the shell user plugins in ispconfig
Setting: admin_allow_server_config
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Server config
Setting: admin_allow_server_services
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Server services
Setting: admin_allow_server_ip
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Server IP
Setting: admin_allow_remote_users
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Remote Users
Setting: admin_allow_system_config
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Interface > Main Config
Setting: admin_allow_server_php
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Additional PHP versions
Setting: admin_allow_langedit
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Language editor functions
Setting: admin_allow_new_admin
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables the ability to add new admin users trough the interface
Setting: admin_allow_del_cpuser
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables the ability to delete CP users
Setting: admin_allow_cpuser_group
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables cp user group editing
Setting: admin_allow_firewall_config
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Firewall
Setting: admin_allow_osupdate
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > OS update
Setting: admin_allow_software_packages
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Apps & Addons > Packages and Update
Setting: admin_allow_software_repo
Options: yes/no/superadmin
Description: Disables System > Apps & Addons > Repo
Setting: remote_api_allowed
Options: yes/no
Description: Disables the remote API
Setting: security_admin_email
Options: email address
Description: Email address of the security admin
Setting: security_admin_email_subject
Options: Text
Description: Subject of the notification email
Setting: warn_new_admin
Options: yes/no
Description: Warn by email when a new admin user in ISPConfig has been added.
Setting: warn_passwd_change
Options: yes/no
Description: Warn by email when /etc/passwd has been changed.
Setting: warn_shadow_change
Options: yes/no
Description: Warn by email when /etc/shadow has been changed.
Setting: warn_group_change
Options: yes/no
Description: Warn by email when /etc/group has been changed.
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