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When the extension is installed you can start configuring the backend.

Configure Backend User

You need a backend user that have access to the following elements:

  • Backend Management (always)
  • Backend Management>User Admin (optional)
  • Backend Management>User Access (optional)
  • Backend Management>File Mounts (optional)
  • Backend Management>Login History (optional)
Tables (modify)
  • Backend usergroup
  • Backend user
  • Filemount
Allowed excludefields
Backend User
  • db_mountpoints
  • disable
  • email
  • file_mountpoints
  • usergroup
  • realName
  • password
  • username
Backend Usergroup
  • disable
  • grouptitle
  • description


  • disable
  • path
  • title
  • read_only
  • base

Configure Backend Group

You can optionally define access to specific backend groups.

Backend User Management: Allowed backend groups for maintenance
  • Checkbox per group
  • A selected group gives the permission to restrict backend groups