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[resolved] Creating sites automagically (3 posts)

  1. tanc
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    What we want to happen (and this happened automatically under the version of WPMU we were running previously) is when a user logs in, a site is created for them automatically.

    Just got an internal installation of WP3.0.1 up and running on our college network. I've enabled multisites, I'm a super-admin etc. All seems to be okay.

    We're using an LDAP plugin (Active Directory Integration) to enable our students to login using their normal username and password - that works too!

    I'm not sure if this isn't happening because I haven't ticked the right option, or if it's a conflict between the LDAP plugin and multisite etc.

    Please can anyone help?

    Thanks

    Matt

    PS - it's a brand new installation - this isn't a migrated/upgraded site, it's a fresh, vanilla installation.

  2. this happened automatically under the version of WPMU we were running previously) is when a user logs in, a site is created for them automatically.

    You must've been using a plugin or script to do this, as it was not built in. Go check your old mu-plugins folder.

    There is very little difference between multisite and wpmu - it was just merged, they didn't overhaul or recode it.

  3. tanc
    Member
    Posted 3 years ago #

    You're right - I never realised that this behaviours was a function of the plugin we were using for LDAP previously.

    WPMU-LDAP does this, and it works for WP 3.0 which is good! Thanks!!

    Matt

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