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Thomas Lecavelier, 2008-05-28 15:13
Typo. thanks to chaoqun zou

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h1. Roles & permissions
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Roles lets you define the permissions that the members have on a project. Each member of a project has a one Role for the project. A user can have different roles for different projects.
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You can create new roles or edit existing ones. You can delete a role only if nobody has this role on a project.
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h2. Roles properties
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* *Name*: display name of the role
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* *Issues can be assigned to this role*: if unchecked, issues can not be assigned to members with this role on a project.
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h2. Permission
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When editing a role, you can define its permissions by checking/unchecking the different actions.
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h2. System roles
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There are 2 system roles in Redmine: 'Non member' and 'Anonymous'. They are internally used by Redmine and thus can not be deleted.
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* *Non member*: this role lets you define the permissions that a registered user has on projects which he is not a member of.
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* *Anonymous*: this role lets you define the permissions that anonymous users have on the projects.
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Note that these permissions only apply to public projects since a user who is not a member of a private project can not even see it.