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AEM Permission (must understand)

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Ok, I thought user is all about permission and if I create a user and set all permissions to check, then it's like admin level user. But now I think I'm wrong.

so I created a user_lead and assigned author unto it to measure it's capabilities.

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then I checked all permission

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Yet still I'm unable to see the template here (never-mind my port 8080, I configured it that way)

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but if add group administrator with same all checked permission, I'm able to see the template, but my question is WHY? please somebody explain

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Login with that user and navigate to /crx/de

Check if that user or its group has any kind of restrictions on /conf where you have created your custom templates. Just for testing, add a new entry to allow access and check if you are able to see the template?

By default 'everyone' group has a deny permisson on /conf. That could be the reason for your observation.

Go through User, Group and Access Rights Administration to understand how ACLs are evaluated and in what sequence order.

HTH

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Login with that user and navigate to /crx/de

Check if that user or its group has any kind of restrictions on /conf where you have created your custom templates. Just for testing, add a new entry to allow access and check if you are able to see the template?

By default 'everyone' group has a deny permisson on /conf. That could be the reason for your observation.

Go through User, Group and Access Rights Administration to understand how ACLs are evaluated and in what sequence order.

HTH

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