We are using a multisite installation. A few days ago, I was trying to install the Jetpack plugin on the network. It installed just fine, but after trying to network activate it I got a blank page when I tried to go to the plugins page on network admin. I made another user a super-admin and tried to access the plugins page again, and this time was able to access the page.
I then used this user to deactivate and remove AAM. My original user was still unable to access the plugins, and my new user now got this error message.
When I tried to reinstall and network activate AAM, I got this error:
When I tried to navigate to the plugins page with my new user I now got a blank page instead of an error message.
Can you shed some light on this issue?
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