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From crm6360 <crm6...@hotmail.com>
Subject The 'administrators' group; creating other admins
Date Fri, 23 May 2014 20:50:32 GMT
Can someone explain what the default 'administrators' group is for?

In my testing it seems like any user added to this group has JCR_ALL
privileges on all resources, except for group/user management.  The latter
is provided through GroupAdmin/UserAdmin groups, respectively.

Is this observation correct?    Wish there was some documentation.

Also, what's the easiest way to add multiple administrators which have the
full authority as the 'admin' user.  The 'admin' seems to represent a
superset of privileges bestowed to 'administrators', 'GroupAdmin', and
'UserAdmin'.  

Would it be simplest to add 'GroupAdmin' and 'UserAdmin' as members of
'administrators'...  the thinking is the 'admin' could then add new users to
the 'administrators' group to create other 'admin'-level super users.





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