Support » Plugin: Lara's Google Analytics » Can you lock an account in?

  • Resolved Emil1

    (@milouze)


    Can you lock the selected account so that the user can’t change which analytic account they’re viewing?

    We have a lot of analytics accounts in one google account and I want the user to only be allowed to see theirs, hope that makes sense?

    If i buy a Developer License is possible to do this? Or can make up this functionality? or can i help you ?

    I won’t your plugin but it’s too dangerous for my client to access at other clients data

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  • Plugin Contributor Lara Google Analytics – Support

    (@laragoogleanalytics)

    Hello @milouze,

    Yes, this can be done with our pro version.

    Since version 3.0, you have full control on users permissions, including the ability to stop them from accessing the settings tab completely (works also with multi-networks and multi-sites).

    So, for your customers, assuming they have the Editor – or any custom – role, you as the Administrator can go to the permissions tab and disable both “Super Administrator [Change Permissions]” and “Administrator [Change Settings]” permissions for their role , as in this image.

    Now, they will only have access for viewing the other tabs, without the ability to even see the settings/permissions tab.

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    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Jan Dembowski.

    Thanks you, but is not enought, i have some client that have Administrator role and so it is possible for him to look other data…

    I am but i need that security if one day you make it, check me.

    Thank you

    Plugin Contributor Lara Google Analytics – Support

    (@laragoogleanalytics)

    Hello @milouze,

    If you are giving your clients Administrator rights, they can edit plugins files and database records, as they will have full control over the WordPress installation.

    Also, If you enforced the permissions via some code in wp-config, they can easily install a plugin, and edit the file to remove any restrictions.

    The only way-out I see, is to give them a role that will not allow them to manage/install plugins.

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    • This reply was modified 9 months, 2 weeks ago by Jan Dembowski.
    Plugin Contributor Lara Google Analytics – Support

    (@laragoogleanalytics)

    @milouze,

    We have just released v3.2.0, which adds the ability to lock settings, along with some other cool features, like WooCommerce earnings graph.

    Hello,

    Thanks you for your work with the new features.

    I see that in next days.

    Thank you

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