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How to allow/forbid customers/resellers edit PHP settings in Plesk

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    Thedalet11

    Even if i disable all that settings,

    when logged in as a reseller  and going to edit a service plan, i can still edit all php settings and aplly them to any subsctiption my reseller owned. how do i block reseller those access to edit php settigns from service plans?

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    Alexey Lapshin

    Hello @Thedalet11,

    The issue that forbidden permissions available in Service Plan for reseller considered as #PPP-35238, however, the issue is a cosmetic bug since no matter if the option enabled or not, it is not possible to manage PHP settings for Subscriptions under a reseller

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