Grant admin permissions for modules

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Assigning permissions for most modules to admin users starts in Admin Users module which can be found in the people icon. Each admin group has a specific set of permissions designated by checkboxes. This article walks through the four-step process to assigning permissions in the modules. 

Step 1: Configure Admin Users module checkboxes

Check the boxes to grant access to a selected admin user group. For a more in-depth description of the boxes below, check out the article, "Manage people in the Admin Users module."

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Step 2: Consider setting (Admin) levels

Some modules are listed twice and labeled (Admin). This means they have an “admin” level and a standard level of access.

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If you choose the standard checkboxes for these modules, you’ll need to assign granular permissions through each module, which you can find in the list of articles below. 

Step 3: Check Composer checkbox for newer modules

Newer modules, accessed through Composer, require the Composer checkbox to be selected and permissions to be granted within the module itself. 

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Step 4: Follow module permission settings articles

For newer modules, permissions are set directly in the module itself. Click the links below to access the process for setting module permissions:

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