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  • Plugin Author wpsolutions

    (@wpsolutions)


    All In One WP Security already supports multi site.
    In order to see this plugin’s settings just go to:
    My Sites->Network Admin->Sites

    Then click on the “Dashboard” link for the site you are interested in.

    fisherofer

    (@fisherofer)


    thanks for the replay
    the plugin works as wp plugin in WPMU and not as WPMU plugin
    i try to say
    if i will activate the plugin i will now be the one that set the plugin for the network

    as a network admin i wish to set the security
    and not to allow any web site admin to change it unless any option to allow me to allow them to change the setting or to allow them to know i use the plugin

    as network admin i should to have 1 interface to set for all the web sites

    many thanks for the support

    Plugin Author mra13

    (@mra13)


    When you say Multi-site, do you mean the old WPMU or the new WPMS?

    fisherofer

    (@fisherofer)


    i have to say i dont know the old wpmu
    i using wpmu since 3.1

    Plugin Author mra13

    (@mra13)


    Our plugin works with WPMS (This is something WordPress introduced new). It doesn’t have any concept of mu-plugins. you put your plugins in the same folder as the normal plugins. So if you have a WPMU install (which is old architecture of multi-site) our plugin won’t work with it unfortunately.

    fisherofer

    (@fisherofer)


    the plugin is ok
    i just wish to have a network admin panel for the plugin

    if you have a wpms installed try the next plugin and you will see the network admin panel

    http://wordpress.org/plugins/wordfence/

    i as the network admin
    create a global conf for all the sub sites in my networks

    the local andmin/end user dont know that the plugin is activated since i as the networks admin run all the settings from the network admin panel

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