posted on April 01, 2015 02:00
Administrators can auto-deny RepFiles users from accessing public plugins by adding email domains to the Denied Domains list. By denying access by email domain, all registered users with this email domain will automatically be denied access to a public plugin. Any individual registered users added to the Denied Users list will also be denied plugin access.
After logging-in to www.RepFiles.net with your RepFiles account information, click on the Plugin Manager tab. Click on the Deny Users link located beneath the plugin. (By default, all registered users can access a public plugin.)
The Denied Domains tab lists all email domains that have been auto-denied plugin access.
Click on Add New Domain
to deny access to any users registered with a specific email domain - both now and in the future. If new users register for RepFiles using this domain name, they will automatically be denied access to this plugin.
Denied Users tab lists all individual users who have been denied plugin access. If a competitor registers under a personal email address instead of a company email address, for example, administrators can still deny access by adding the registered email address to the Denied Users list.
Click on Add New User to deny plugin access to any registered RepFiles users.
Denied domains and denied users can be deleted at any time simply by checking the box next to the user or domain and selecting Delete.