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Homarr2mo ago
Kazuh

How to configure rights on Dashboard ?

I'd like a dashboard to be accessible only to certain authenticated people and not to others who are also authenticated. I haven't found where to configure this? Is this possible?
10 Replies
Cakey Bot
Cakey Bot2mo ago
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explosive parrot
This is not currently possible. Authenticated users will have access to all boards.
Tag
Tag2mo ago
Note: This will be available in homarr v1.0, stay tuned
joob
joob2mo ago
LFG finally will be safe to expose Homarr (or at least tunnel via Cloudflare) without limiting admins
ajnart
ajnart2mo ago
It’s safe to expose homarr
joob
joob2mo ago
I meant for my setup specifically, I don't want normal users with access to my admin panel. Also with Homarr exposed brute forcing login would still be a concern no? Unless timeouts are added
ajnart
ajnart2mo ago
normal users dont have access to admin stuff, bruteforcing logins is possible on every self-hosted service unless you use an external provider that has timeouts
joob
joob2mo ago
I guess I meant admin *board. Probably will stick to Tailscale for peace of mind either way
explosive parrot
You could also host two homarrs, one for admin, and one for users.
joob
joob2mo ago
True but no point now haha