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Custom authentication is fairly easy to set up with your own tables, here is an example
This leads on to authorisation, again using your own tables. You need to look into using authorization schemes
This can simply be queries on your own group tables, which presumably would control membership by username.
You ask the question about using built-in tables, yet don't want to the built-in administrator groups?
Plenty of significant changes, but none that should affect you in regard to authentication/authorisation.
Thanks for the info, Scott. I think I am starting to get the hang of it.