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Install with Composer: $ composer require 'drupal/roleassign:1.x-dev'
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Release info

Created by: salvis
Created on: 10 Aug 2011 at 22:49 UTC
Last updated: 25 Mar 2017 at 17:48 UTC
Core compatibility: 7.x

Release notes

This is the development snapshot of RoleAssign for Drupal 7.

See the change log for the changes since the latest recommended release.

'Administer users' is and remains a security-critical permission that must NOT
be given to untrusted users! RoleAssign, together with the recommended FixCore
fix (, Protect the Administrator role),
will keep your assistant admins within their limits, but if you introduce
alternative ways to edit users, assign roles, or give permissions (like the
"Administration: Users" view in the popular Administration Views module), then
you may be opening up ways for your assistant admins to gain additional


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