## Provide access for editors to visitor groups
To access **Visitor Groups** in the global menu, you must be a member of the **CmsAdmins** or **VisitorGroupAdmins** access groups, otherwise you are prompted to a login page. If you want editors to add, edit, and delete visitor groups, you can provide access by adding them to **VisitorGroupAdmins** (**CmsAdmins** and **CmsEditors** are already defined in the configuration). The following example shows how to configure access for editors with the **virtualRoles** element in the \<episerver.framework> section in the _web.config_ file:
## Enable a Geolocation provider
As of version 11.4.0 of the Optimizely Content Management System (CMS) Visual Studio extension, new CMS projects will no longer be created with a Geolocation provider configured. The Geolocation provider that has been shipped with CMS will also be removed in a future release as the MaxMind GeoLite database it depends on has been deprecated.
You can enable geographic location based visitor groups by configuring a Geolocation provider service. Episerver supplies a provider for the free GeoLite2 database from MaxMind through an optional NuGet package named [EPiServer.Personalization.MaxMindGeolocation](🔗). The GeoLite2 Geolocation database can be downloaded from [MaxMind’s website](🔗). New versions of this database are released regularly as the information is continuously updated.
The provider requires both the IP lookup database (.mmdb) and the accompanying locations database (.csv) to be able to serve an updated list of locations. The location of these files must be specified in your configuration such as:
Alternatively you can configure the provider in the `
ConfigureContainer` method of an initialization module that implements the `
Continent and Country names are localized using the usual localization in CMS while Regions are loaded directly from the Locations file.
## Geographic location provided by a CDN
CMS also provides an option for retrieving geolocation from the current request, when provided from the CDN in the form of a request header. This option is only used in cases where no dedicated Geolocation provider is configured and only supports Continent and Country locations. See [Content Delivery Network (CDN) Configuration](🔗) for additional information on how to enable this option.
Support for retrieving location from request headers was added to version 11.9.0 of _EPiServer.Framework.AspNet_.