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LDAP Groups can give permissions to different sites.

When a user is in the Skyrim Group, they have access to the Skyrim Site, but not to the other sites.

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      • Phil CordierPhil Cordier commented  · 

        Strong support for this idea. You should be able to configure an LDAP group to hold only those members that you wish to have access to a specific site. The functionality of the current group mechanism is not of much use, at least to me, otherwise.

      • Simon WellingSimon Welling commented  · 

        I would suggest a separate group access settings page on blog level. So all the connection settings on network level, all extra (custom) settings on blog level.

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