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Since I'm trying to actively participate in this forum, I have a quick question:

I know there is different levels of authority after user. I am aware that there are many (red) Admins.

Boards I'm familliar with only have 1 Admin. This board is big, so obviously we need more people in control.

My question is, is there like a main admin. Is there 1 Admin that is like the head Admin? If so, is it the Admin named Admin? :tazz: lol
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The Admin named Admin is the owner which is why it shows member #1. :tazz:
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There arent actually "many" admins, there are only 3 active admins :) The 4th admin is our server administrator.

There are 5 Global Moderators who would be the next highest in the hierarchy. They are responsible for moderating the entire forum.

There are 4 Geek U Moderators who are teachers in Geek U. They have Global Moderator powers.

Then there are the moderators, there are 10 of them. They are responsible for certain parts of the forum.

After that we have Tech Staff, Malware Staff and Malware Experts. These people have been promoted because of their excellence in their respective fields or because they have graduated from Geek U.

Hope that helps.

ScHwErV :tazz:
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