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I am looking for a plugin that allows me to restrict access for a individual post/page to a specific role or individual. It also needs to restrict files attached to that post. I have tried several but none seem to have this complete combination or just dont work. What is the best plugin to achieve this or will I have to roll my own?

I have tried:

  • Role Scoper
  • Members
  • User Access Manager
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Well, would be nice if you listed in your Question the plugins you have already tried... –  brasofilo Jul 12 '12 at 21:59
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Have you tried Members? One of the best I've worked with so far.

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It also needs to restrict files attached to that post — the plugin does that? (considering "files" could very well be images) –  its_me Jul 13 '12 at 2:07
    
"restrict files" is exceptionally vague, so I suggested a plugin that might get @kidbrax off the ground. It's got a very intuitive roles/capability manager, which they could use to grant/remove custom caps, & then plug into the default upload process. –  TheDeadMedic Jul 13 '12 at 8:23
    
"restrict files" is exceptionally vague — was thinking the same — I don't see a way other than HTTP pass authentication or IP blocking. –  its_me Jul 13 '12 at 8:36
    
yes, Role Scoper supposedly does this but just doesn't work. They supposedly do it by altering htaccess to restrict all downloads and then when someone clicks on a link, they use php to grab the file and deliver it. But as I said, it just doesn't work. He has a new paid version of the plugin but the file restriction piece is not included as of yet. –  kidbrax Jul 13 '12 at 15:50
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