Using on line registration in CiviEvent, I can check the box 'Register multiple participants'. For an specific event I don't want that so I don't check that box.

when I log in before registration, I get the notice above the registration fields:

Welcome Betty Dolfing. (Not Betty Dolfing, or want to register a different person?)

and then I can click on the link to register a different person.

Question: I don't want this option that participants can register others as well and even have the opportunity to 'look up' people in CiviCMR. How can I get rid of that? It seems a default thing for logged in accounts. I'm using Drupal 7 with CiviCRM 4.6.22. I tried to switch on and off several permissions in Drupal but haven't found the solution yet.

  • Enabling logged in users to register another person can be really useful, for example in the scenario where an assistant is asked to register their boss for a conference, or a team member registers not just themselves but also the rest of their team. If you are sure you don't want this message displayed I guess the simplest fix would be to hide it with CSS. – Graham Nov 29 '16 at 20:53

To do the same, I use 2 Webforms :

  • one public (authenticated users) which is limited to their own registration (existing contact hidden)
  • one, almost identical, reserved to an administrative role which enables different persons registration.

You may need the permission per webform Module (https://www.drupal.org/project/permissions_per_webform)

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    With the help of a technical guy I changed the template and excluded the phrase 'Not XXXX or want to register a different person?' from the template. You can find the template here: sites/all/modules/civicrm/templates/CRM/Event/Form/Registration/Register.tpl. – Betty Dolfing Dec 7 '16 at 8:21
  • More info on the overriding templates method: docs.civicrm.org/dev/en/latest/framework/templates/customizing – Hans Rossel May 13 at 8:05

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