This will add the specified privilege flag to the designated Operator definition.
/as oper Surel flag add agh
To see the abilities given to different flags see the OperServ and AdminServ sections of the Command Reference.
This command deletes the specified flag form the Operators list of privileges.
/as oper Surel flag del s
It's a good idea to limit configuration access only to those who really need it, use this command to delete all access flags from those Operators that don't need that level of access.
Lists all flags that are configured for the Operator.
/as oper Surel flag list
An advanced operator this flag grants access to services information like passwords, grants the operator access to add AKILS and ZLINES, FURL users as well as FJOIN, SAMODE and SAJOIN.
Web Administration Configuration Access
This flag should be limited to those that can change the configuration of the server. It allows Operators access to the /as command set as well as the web based administration tools.
Disable the specified Operator
This allows you to disable the specified operator without having to delete all of their infomration.
This makes sure that any user that wants to gain access to operator functionality must be using an SSL or secure connection.
A very good precaution to use when you have administrators and operators that are coming from remote ISPs where their passwords might be intercepted and then used to gain administrative access on your server.
This grants access to most of the normal services commands. This user can place klines, kill or disconnect users and get hidden user information. This also bypasses certain security blocks on the server.
Helper, or Helpop
This is a user that can receive helpops as sent by users when accessing the help system. Any time they send in a query that doesn't have a help topic a help notice with the query is sent out to all users that are +h.
Doesn't grant any additional powers but places a Server Administrator notice on a whois line.