Support » Plugin: WP-ISPConfig 3 » SOAP Error: You do not have the permissions to access this function

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  • Plugin Author ole1986

    (@ole1986)

    Hi agenciesFirst,

    
    * Open ISPConfig and add "wp-remote" (or any other) as 
      remote user under "System -> Remote Users"
    * Give the user the following minimum access rights
      * Server functions
      * Record permission changes
      *  Client functions
      * Domaintool functions
      * Sites database functions
      * Sites Protected folder functions
      * Sites Shell-User functions
      * Sites Domain functions
    * Open the "WP-ISPConfig3 -> Settings" and add the remote user 
      "wp-remote" with its password accordingly
    * Also add the SOAP Location and URL the following
      * SOAP Location:  https://my.subdomain.tld/remote/index.php
      * SOAP Uri: https://my.subdomain.tld/remote/
    

    If you do not have a valid certificate, use the “Skip certificate check” option to bypass it

    Check possible error logs and report it here.

    If you think this is a bug, please report to https://github.com/ole1986/wp-ispconfig3/issues

    Thank you
    Ole

    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by ole1986.
    • This reply was modified 2 years, 8 months ago by ole1986.

    Thanks Ole,
    that was the missing step, now the plugin work correctly.
    But it would be very helpful if you could improve the plugin for ispconfig cluster, so that you get the right assigned servers.
    Thanks
    Tom

    Second problem!

    I don’t receive any Database data, no customers selectable and no website data selectable in WP-ISPConfig 3. I need more dokumentations.

    Thanks Ole

    Tom

    Plugin Author ole1986

    (@ole1986)

    Hi Tom,

    Is the drop down menu from “websites” or “Databases” filled with the customers.

    Also does the customer name have the identical name in ISPconfig?

    Hi Ole,
    The drop down menu from “websites” or “databases” are not filled.
    And “Also does the customer name have the identical name in ISPconfig?” I don’t understand your question. Which customer name? From WordPress, from the plugin user? The ISPc Remote User? Which one? Nothing comes back from the database, so I can’t select any user for further customization steps.

    Plugin Author ole1986

    (@ole1986)

    @agenciesfirst

    You may need to first select a customer.
    And be sure its customer DOES match the user accounts being created on ISPconfig side.

    The customer name is nothing else than the user, with “customer” role on wordpress as the plugins assumes it uses woocommerce to “order” a webspace, etc…

    Things you may need to double check

    * Have you already added a “clients on ISPconfig?
    * Does this user have a website or database configured on ISPconfig?
    * Does this client match a user account on wordpress side?
    * Does this user have the Role “Customer”?

    Regards,
    Ole

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