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[Resolved] [Plugin: Advanced Access Manager] Multiple Super Admins

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  • Plugin Author Vasyltech
    Participant

    @vasyl_m

    Hi whatadewitt,
    Yeap you are right. You can’ create another super admin role. It is a basic logic in WordPress and I’m following this logic in AAM.

    Regards,
    Vasyl

    I would like to close my “admin” username and change it to something else. The only way I can do this is to create a new username, make it an admin, and transfer all the posts to the new username.

    HOWEVER, I’ve been using AAA and I need to know what would happen when I close “admin,” or even lower the role down to subscriber etc?

    Note: I’m removing the “admin” username for security purposes. Our site has been hacked before and I’m working on closing up the gaps.

    najamelan
    Member

    @najamelan

    same issue here…

    I suppose potentially one could remove the plugin and reinstall after getting a new username.

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