Support » Networking WordPress » Marking Users as Spam removes access to networked blogs

  • At the Network level, when I choose a user and then select “mark as spam”, I lose access to all the networked blogs in the drop down “my sites” link in the top bar. I end up having to delete the user.

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  • Removes whose access? Yours or the person that you’re spamming?

    Mine. I lose access to all the networked blogs.

    How are you getting it back?

    Also what plugins are running network wide and on your main site?

    Oh, I unmark them as spam.

    plugins running on the network
    BackWPup
    Bad Behavior
    Change Howdy
    Multisite User Management
    Pizazz
    Polldaddy Polls & Ratings
    Restrict Usernames
    Sort My-Sites
    Spam Free WordPress
    Suffusion Shortcodes
    User Avatar
    User Role Editor
    WP-Optimize
    WP Pending Post Notifier

    Wait… if you lose your access, how come you can still un mark them as spam?

    I lose access to the networked blogs – not the network admin pages or the main blog for that matter. When I go to the “my sites” link in the top bar. The drop down menu only shows-
    Network Admin
    The Main Site Blog

    This is absolutely … weird.

    Unless the person you’re spamming is the admin of those sites, you shouldn’t have anything change.

    There not admins, just freshly registered spammers.

    Well all I can think is (a) you have a plugin causing this or (b) you’ve been hacked somehow.

    12sp

    (@sp12)

    Probably a plugin. When I get a moment, I’ll turn ’em all off then on one by one and test and report back.

    tjmarsh

    (@tjmarsh)

    Make sure to check your htaccess folder as well for any kind of code u shouldn’t have there.

    12sp

    (@sp12)

    Ah! It marked all the blogs as spam as well as the users, even though I created the blogs not them!

    I unmarked the blog as spam and it came back, the users stay marked as spam.

    If I mark another user as spam the same thing happens.

    Moderator Ipstenu (Mika Epstein)

    (@ipstenu)

    No luck with all the plugins off?

    12sp

    (@sp12)

    No. I deactivated all of them. Well, I deactivated the network enabled ones.

    tjmarsh

    (@tjmarsh)

    Maybe a issue with your MU install?

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