[sdnog] DNS MANAGEMENT TOOL
abdulrahmanfagiry98 at gmail.com
Tue Jan 1 11:38:06 SAST 2019
do you think that changing the *owner(and permissions)* of the zone's file
would solve the problem Mr.Edrich De Lange?
On Tue, 1 Jan 2019 10:27 Edrich de Lange, <edd at edd.za.net> wrote:
> Another solution might be
> I think a user can own a domain and thus limit what they can edit. But
> my memory is a bit hazy at the moment.
> Kind regards
> Edrich de Lange
> edd at edd.za.net
> On Tue, Jan 1, 2019 at 10:05 AM FG TECHNOLOGY
> <abdulrahmanfagiry98 at gmail.com> wrote:
> > Yeah! Webmin is a good solution, Especially in adding/removing zones,
> and records! But I still trying to find how to limit which users can edit
> which zone.
> > Thank you Mr.Nishal
> > On Mon, 31 Dec 2018 11:07 Nishal Goburdhan, <nishal at controlfreak.co.za>
> >> > add and remove zones,
> >> >
> >> > add, edit, or remove records in zones,
> >> >
> >> > intuitive web UI,
> >> >
> >> > limit which users can edit which zone.
> >> i suppose that webmin could probably do that; but it comes with a lot
> >> of other stuff as well. i haven’t even seen a recent version in about
> >> a decade or so; so don’t read this message as an endorsement of
> >> webmin, more than just an example of a tool you’re looking for.
> >> —n.
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