Support » Plugin: Login Lock » [Plugin: Login Lock] multisite capable?

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  • Plugin Author Mark

    (@wpsec)

    I don’t see any reason why it wouldn’t work for multisite.

    Mark

    well, I was asking because multisite is all about separate blogs, in my case subdomain style, and users of subblogs so if it would monitor and control those it would be great.
    also I am unsure about how big the differences between wp and wp with multisite are when it comes to separate tables and settings for each blog…

    btw. would I activate the plugin only on the main blog or as network activated?

    do other admins of their subblogs see the settings of the plugin? they shouldn’t..

    Plugin Author Mark

    (@wpsec)

    Network activate if you want it to run on all blogs. When you do that then individual site admins will be able to control their own settings – just like 99% of other plugins.

    thanks for clarifying.
    after all, I must say the plugin is not very useful in a multisite environment. the point is that in a multisite environment, admins are the users. they don’t usually fiddle with settings and are concerned with security. that is the role of the siteadmin. so if the siteadmin can’t centrally manage all the features this plugin offers, there isn’t much benefit for a multisite installation.
    al the nice features this plugin offers, need to be available to the siteadmin only 🙂

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