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  • Have multisite installed. Using domain mapping features. So domain of the sub-sites are not the same domain as the primary MU site.

    I can access and turn on the plugin features for the primary domain attached to the multisite install.

    If I attempt to adjust settings on – I get the following message: You do not have sufficient permissions to access this page.

    Any way to address this?

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  • Plugin Author John Turner


    Hum, never seen this issue and I run a multisite. So when you disabled the plugin it works fine ?

    The site works fine with it on. I get that message when attempting to load the settings page on any non-primary site. So it only affects me, and prevents me from using it on any site but primary.

    So, I can edit settings on primary network site, (blog id 1), but any others – that message.

    Again – my primary blog is I reroute other domains to the sub-blogs using a mix of domain mapping plugin and server settings.

    The sub-blogs, which this plugin doesn’t work on, are all different domains from primary network domain. AKA

    I am not sure, but I assume it is an issue with that. Most other plugins work fine on secondary sites. I’ve seen this a couple times with other non-MU specific plugins though.

    Plugin Author John Turner


    The only issue I know of with domain mapping is that is_user_logged_in does not alway report the correct setting because of the cross domain .

    Not sure outside of that. I’d have to look into it.

    I have settings similar to whats there, and I am logged in, can access wp-admin, and see network bar on all network sites. So it’s not exactly as the issue described there is. I will continue looking as well, in case it isn’t specific to the plugin. Thanks!

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