marty Right. So, this authentication for the admin area could be more customized. I understand that this needs to be a safe area. But I can't just have a User and Password to give my clients to manage their DBs. Yes! I need and want to give access to certain technical-level customers.
I also know that the most correct thing would be for me to go for a more suitable solution like CPANEL. But I like the simplicity and power of Wordops. It just needed to have a User system with customized access. Something like:
wo user create USER1 --admsite = site1.com --admsite = wpsite2.com
... Following prompts to get username (or email) and password
This would give USER1 the power to manage the database of wp sites and would already create its FTP user.
Most of my clients are not technicians and just want their website up and running, but some technicians have emerged and with them this need.
I know that underneath the engine this would be laborious to implement, that would give Wordops even more power. Imagine also the situations where a work team needs access to Site01, Site02 and another to App03, app04 ...