Admin Role: Another Drupal Module That Just Makes Sense!

If you’ve been using Drupal for any amount of time you’ve probably ran into the problem of needing to go to the access page each time you enable a module to ensure the admin users have permission to make full use of it.  This is a module that I was planning to write, but then I discovered JacobSingh had already made it; Admin Role is another Drupal module that everyone needs, because it solves this basic but anonying–and sometimes time-consuming–problem.  

Admin Role creates an “Administrator” user role, that it then manages to ensure that this role always has all permissions.    Admin Role is a light and very clean module available for both Drupal 5.x and Drupal 6.x sites.  You can pick up the latest versions by visiting its project page at drupal.org.

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