Hi. We are deploying Moodle 2.3 for a number of schools in our district. Each schools has it own Moodle site and all sites run out of a single CentOS cloud server instance. Everything is working beautifully from a server/infrastructure standpoint. Each school has a assigned Moodle adminstrator. Currently, each of these individuals has full admin access to their respective Moodle sites.
We would like to limit access to certain Site Administration functions for these individuals. We would like them to have access to Site Administration>Appearance and Site Administration>Plugins, but not have access to Location, Security, Server and Development.
We attemped to create a new role called 'Superuser', but quickly found out that the site:config permission is an all or nothing proposition, meaning that the Location, Plugins, Security, Appearance, Server and Development menus are all controlled by the same permission.
Any thoughts on how we can provide Appearance and Plugin menu access, but block Security, Appearance, Server and Development for a non-admin user? Has anyone attempted to do something similar.
Thanks in advance.