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[Plugin: Advanced Access Manager] Continually Having to Reset Capabilties

  • I don’t know how best to describe this problem, but ever since this plugin was installed, when an existing user goes to login to the website I have to manually go in and re-save the settings for a role despite having already set them up. If a user tries to login, they get a “You do not have sufficient permission to access this.” instead of the dashboard despite the role being set to have access.

    This is quite an annoyance as every day I have dozens of users emailing me aggravated that they can not login and I spend an unnecessary amount of time going through and re-saving each website’s role settings.

    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/advanced-access-manager/

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  • Plugin Author Vasyltech

    @vasyl_m

    Hi my favorite triplemoons,
    Sounds like you restricted access to User’s profile in the backend.
    This is a point. New user, by default goes to My Profile page in the backend. This is how WordPress works.
    Check if my suggestion is correct.

    Also I already implemented a feature you asked few weeks ago. It’ll go alive in few weeks, but I can send you a beta version on your email.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

    No, I did not restrict User’s profile access.

    A list of plugins we’re using in case this is helpful:

    – Advanced Access Manager
    – AVH First Defense Against Spam
    – Backup Buddy
    – Contact Form 7
    – Enable Multi-Site (I’m not even sure if this is one we need any longer)
    – Expire User Passwords
    – Google Analytics
    – Infinite SEO
    – Multisite User Management
    – MU Support System
    – Network Blog Manager
    – NextGEN Gallery
    – ReCAPTCHA
    – Recent Posts with Excerpts
    – Simple Login Log
    – Social
    – WPMU Dev Dashboard
    – WP Smush.It

    I’m also dealing with this and seems to start up after I update the plugin. I need help. thx

    Plugin Author Vasyltech

    @vasyl_m

    Hi guys,
    Ok. This probably has something to do with AAM caching mechanism. I had plans to rewrite this part, so I need to force this. I’ll try to reproduce it on my local and include a fix for this Sunday’s release.

    Appreciate your feedback.
    Vasyl

    Plugin Author Vasyltech

    @vasyl_m

    By the way,
    As a quit solution try to insert into ConfigPress next settings:
    [aam]
    caching = “false”

    Plugin Author Vasyltech

    @vasyl_m

    Let me know if this helped.

    If I could get more clarification on the quick fix you’re suggesting?

    Plugin Author Vasyltech

    @vasyl_m

    Hi triplemoons,
    AAM has internal caching system. It means it caches user settings. After each time you click Save button, cache is cleared.
    That is why caching = “false” will stop caching.
    If this will help then I’ll not for sure that this is caching issue.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

    Thanks Vasyl,
    I think I’ll wait until Sunday’s release as this is a live environment for me and I won’t be able to tell if it fixed anything until I do another update.

    Thanks so much for looking into this.

    Mike

    it is work ( caching = “false” )

    thank you very much!!!

    Сначала помогло и потом опять пропали пункты

    esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    These are English language forums. Please use English.

    Still having this problem. I think we’ve pinpointed it down to it’s happening when users are changing/resetting their passwords.

    We PAID for this plugin and would appreciate it if it would WORK without hassle.

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