Modifying Automatic Bans 
Path to adding a new automatic ban: User Infractions > Add New Automatic Ban.

Path to modifying an existing automatic ban: User Infractions > User Infraction Manager, then select “Edit” from the dropdown in the Control column for the automatic ban you would like to edit.

Path to deleting an existing automatic ban: User Infractions > User Infraction Manager, then select “Delete” from the dropdown in the Control column for the automatic ban you would like to delete.

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Options:

Amount
The number of points or the number of infractions or points (see Method option, below) that will trigger this ban. This trigger will happen any time that a user exceeds this number of infractions or points.

Method (default: Points)
The method (infractions or points) by which to automatically ban the user.

The method uses the value specified in the Amount option above as a triggering limit.

Primary Usergroup (default: All Usergroups)
This ban applies only to users who have this usergroup as their primary usergroup.

Selecting “All Usergroups” applies this ban to all users.

Move User to Usergroup (default: Banned Users)
The usergroup where the user will be moved during the ban.

For the ban to be effective, this usergroup should have reduced or no permissions.
Note:
You can only select usergroups that are specified as banned groups.
Lift Ban After... (default: 1 Day)
Length of the ban. This ranges from 1 day to 2 years to permanent.
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