OS Name/Version: Ubuntu 22.04
Product Name/Version: AMP Release “Decadeus” v2.4.4
Today I purchased a network edition license so I could use a spare computer as a host for some friends. Typically if one of us wants to play a game, such as Minecraft with mods, I’m the go-to for setting it up and hosting. I don’t mind it, but it would be nice to set up a sort of self-service option so my free time isn’t taken up by diagnosing issues since I’m the only one with control.
My goal with AMP is to have my friends log in at the ADS level with their own accounts, and have the permissions to create, manage, and delete instances. This is straightforward enough, as I’m able to create as many accounts as I need and assign appropriate permissions. However, I would like to limit each user account to only be able to manage the instances it creates. I don’t see an option for this in the permissions settings.
Is this sort of granular control possible? If not, another way I could accomplish this would be to create an instance for each friend and create their accounts within them, but then I don’t think they’d be able to change what game they host, right? Thanks in advance.
Steps to reproduce:
- Create user account on ADS
- Evaluate permissions options
Actions taken to resolve so far:
- Looked through user permissions
- Consulted with others on the CubeCoders Discord