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I am currently using WHMCS system as user-mamngment system (among other things) for custom-made application - I read uid form session and client info is refreshed on each login (via hook) in internal database. However, we need more granular control over users and sub-accounts seemed like right thing. The problem is, hoverwer, that I don't know how to obtain sub-account which is currently logged in (uid is same for all sub-accounts of client). Since the application knows which sub-account is logged in (because there are restrictions what sub-accoutn can do in WHMCS) I wonder is there a way to obtain that in our application?



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