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Building Minecraft Server Modifications - Second Edition by Cody M. Sommer

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Using a third-party permissions plugin

You will most likely have trusted players on your server with whom you wish to share the use of the /enchant command. However, these players are not trusted enough to be an OP. In order to share the use of this command, you will need to use a permissions plugin. The permissions plugin will allow you to create multiple groups of players. Each group will have different permissions assigned to it. Each player that plays on your server can then be assigned to a specific group. As an example, you can have four permission groups, namely default, trusted, mod, and admin. The default group will have the basic permissions. A new player who joins the server will be put into the default group. The trusted group will ...

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