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    They are arranged in a hierarchical fashion with permissions inherited from higher to lower contexts System the entire installation Front page the site course Course Categories Course Sub categories Courses Blocks and Activities See also Roles Permissions Assign Roles and

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    categories or system level Ultimately if permission is never allowed at any level then the user will have no permission for that capability ALLOW By choosing this you are granting permission for this capability to people who are assigned this role This permission applies for the context that this role gets assigned plus all lower contexts For example if this role is a student role assigned to a course then students will be able to start new discussions in all forums in that course UNLESS some forum contains an override or a new assignment with a Prevent or Prohibit value for this capability PREVENT By choosing this you are removing permission for this capability even if the users with this role were allowed that permission in a higher context PROHIBIT This is rarely needed but occasionally you might want to completely deny permissions to a role in a way that can NOT be overridden at any lower context A good example of when you might need this is when an admin wants to prohibit one person from starting new discussions in any forum on the whole system In this case they can create a role with that capability set to Prohibit and then assign it to that user in the system context Conflict resolution of permissions Permissions at a lower context will generally override anything at a higher context this applies to overrides and assigned roles The exception is PROHIBIT which can not be overridden at lower levels If two roles are assigned to a person in the same context one with ALLOW and one with PREVENT which one wins In this case Moodle will look up the context tree for a decider For example a student has two roles in a course one that allows them to start new

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    for the current context and all lower contexts Contexts System the entire installation Front page the site course Course Categories Course Sub categories Courses Blocks and Activities So for example if you grant a Student role to a user in a Course they will have that role for the course but also all Blocks and Activities inside that course Their actual permissions may depend on other roles and overrides that

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    capability then you can set an override that PREVENTS the capability for Students to Start new discussions Overrides can also be used to open up areas of your site and courses to give users extra permissions where it makes sense For example you may want to experiment giving Students the ability to grade some assignments The interface is similar to the one for defining roles except sometimes only relevant capabilities

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    boxes will cause the corresponding options to be hidden from teachers by default However they will still be able to access these Advanced settings using a button on the editing page for this module Índice de todos los archivos de

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    depends very heavily on which authentication methods you have set up for the site and what settings they are using A wrong change here could prevent this person from logging in or even delete their account completely so please only

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    plugin For example 19 95 If the cost field is empty then the payment option is not presented and the interface will fall back to other methods of enrolment such as keys or manual enrolments If the cost field is NOT empty then students trying to enrol will be presented with the option of making a payment to enter If you ALSO enter an enrolment key in the course settings

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    filter will first check for a LaTeX renderer Ghostscript is also required for this method and failing that will use the simpler mimetex binary included in the Moodle distribution LaTex permits the whole range of syntax whereas mimetex only supports a mathematical subset Ghostscript is available for Windows and there is a LaTeX implementation called MikTeX available also The settings page allows the LaTeX and Ghostscript binary paths to be configured along with the LaTeX preamble More info MiKTeX MimeTeX LaTeX ghostscript Word Censorship Word Censorship scans text for bad words from a list and obscures them with a black box You need to enter a list of bad words in the word censorship settings Resource Names Auto Linking Resource Name Auto linking scans text for resource titles that exist in the same course Where found they will be highlighted and a link created Note that to use this effectively you should use descriptive titles For example a title of Introduction is poor because any use of the word Introduction in the text will be linked regardless of what it refers to Activity Names Auto Linking Activity Name Auto linking scans text for activity titles that exist in the same course Where found they will be highlighted and a link created Note that to use this effectively you should use descriptive titles For example a title of Quiz is poor because any use of the word Quiz in the text will be linked regardless of what it refers to Glossary Auto Linking This filter scans the text for keywords used in any glossary in the course Note however that each glossary entry must have linking enabled Where found they will be highlighted and a link created Email Protection The Email Protection filter scans the text for any email addresses Where

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