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Permissions to Upload Images

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  1. Travis
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    15 Oct 2008
    26 Mar 2013
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    Hello,

    I am using Sitefinity 5.3.3900. I created a Role, "TestImages". This role has the following Library permissions:  http://screencast.com/t/9AIZBZPrUgK

    I can create libraries. If I create a library, I can upload a file to it. However, once that file is uploaded, and I go back to the Images view, I cannot upload another image to this directory. The button "Upload Image" never appears. What am I missing here? What permissions need to be set to enable uploading? I would have thought it was the modify image permission, but, this doesn't seem to do it. Does anyone have any suggestions? I've tried creating entirely new users and roles with only these permissions to try to weed out any deny permissions being assigned to a specific user/role. What permissions do I have to set to ensure a user can see the Upload Images button in the backend (http://screencast.com/t/mO7JqXn3)?
  2. Travis
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    28 Mar 2013
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    Perhaps I didn't give enough information?

    I've shown my library permissions for my role in the post above (http://screencast.com/t/9AIZBZPrUgK).

    The permissions for the library I am referring to are as follows: http://screencast.com/t/s5rNYIwJFbeu. As you can see, my role has permissions to modify this library.

    I would expect that this would give me the button. It doesn't.

    It's not until I grant permissions to edit the default library that I get the upload button... ugh.
  3. Victor Velev
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    29 Mar 2013
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    Hello Travis,

    The behaviour that you are encountering is actually fixed in 5.4, as it appears that it was a bug, which our teams have handled. What I would suggest you would be to upgrade to our current latest version of the CMS, in order to get the desired functionality working.

    Regards,
    Victor Velev
    the Telerik team
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