Installing vMenu
First, lets go ahead and download vMenu from the GitHub Releases Page: Download: https://github.com/TomGrobbe/vMenu/releases
When downloaded, you can choose to upload it to your FiveM Server, or you can choose to extract it on the desktop of your computer so we can start the configuration process.
When you have extracted the file, go to the location of your vMenu folder, head into the folder and find a folder called /config/, you will then see a permissions.cfg inside the folder, this is your permissions file and you are going to be using this to setup the Menus Permissions.

Setting up Permissions

Creating Groups and adding permissions to them

Creating a group and adding players to it.

To create a Group and add a player to it, add the text below somewhere into your Permissions.cfg file, in this example we’ll use the steam identifier for an example.

add_principal identifier.steam:<steam_id_here> group.<groupName>

For example, if we wanted to add ourselves to the admin group, we will do it like this:

add_principal identifier.steam:11000101234567 group.admin

Giving group permissions

If we wanted to give permissions, it’s simple as adding ace permissions, an example is going to be below showing how we can add access for the full Online Players menu.

add_ace group.admin “vMenu.OnlinePlayers.Menu” allow

add_ace group.admin “vMenu.OnlinePlayers.Menu” allow

Summary

With this part of the permissions config done, you should now be able to go in-game and access that menu. This can be used to set other permissions as well such as the vehicle menus, weapon access and so much more.

Here is a example of how your Permissions file should look now:

add_principal identifier.steam:11000101234567 group.admin

add_ace group.admin “vMenu.OnlinePlayers.Menu” allow

add_ace group.admin “vMenu.OnlinePlayers.Menu” allow


How to Deny Certain Permissions

If you want to deny a permission you have to put a “#” in front of the text. For example:

#add principal identifier.steam:11000101234567 group.admin

Starting your resource

Once you have configured your “permissions.cfg” save the file.
Locate your server.cfg file in the “file manager”, Open the file and type Start vMenu then under that type exec permissions.cfg then save.
Restart your server.
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