This plug-in allows to modify the WordPress roles assigned by NADI for specific users.

Requirements

None.

Usage

  • Download the premium extension

  • Copy the extracted ZIP file into your wp-content/plugins directory

  • Activate the plug-in in your WordPress plug-in view

  • Make sure that the user your want to manage with the custom role management plugin is already created in WordPress. After that you can configure additional role settings for the user in the plugin configuration page:

    NADI Extension: Custom Role Management - Mapping
  • Save the mapping. With the next login of the user or the next Sync to WordPress run the user roles get updated.

  • Done :-)

Additional information

User not found

If you receive the following error trying to save your mapping:

NADI Extension: Custom Role Management - User not found

The plug-in could not find a WordPress user with the entered name. Please make sure the user already exists in the WordPress database and you entered the user_login name correctly.

"Clean Existing Roles" in NADI and this extension

The "Clean Existing Roles" option inside Custom Role Management for specific users has a higher priority than the global "Clean Existing Roles" option of the main plug-in. This means if Clean Existing Roles is enabled in the Next Active Directory Integration plug-in and Clean Existing Roles is set false for the user "administrator" by this plug-in, his existing roles won't get deleted.

User list information

We also added a new column to the blog user list providing you with information if a user is managed by the Custom Role Management extension.

NADI Extension: Custom Role Management - User List

Multisite Support

The Custom Role Management extension also supports Multisite environments. You can configure different settings for each blog.

Logs

The Custom Role Management extension creates additional logs while performing. Example:

NADI Extension: Custom Role Management - Logs