Support » Plugin: BulletProof Security » Running the setup wizard does not get rid of the “run setup wizard” warning

  • Resolved Atavisionary


    You can’t see it there because its in the dashboard.

    Basically, I recently uninstalled wp super cache. I needed a particular page to automatically update an RSS feed and could see how to exempt that page from this plugin, so it got the axe. After I uninstalled it, however, BPS always shows the following message at the top of every dashboard page no matter how many times I run the setup wizard.

    “WP Super Cache (WPSC) is deactivated and WPSC htaccess code was found in your Root htaccess file
    If you have deactivated WPSC temporarily then disregard this message or you can run the BPS Setup Wizard now to make this message go away now.
    If you are planning on permanently uninstalling WPSC then run the BPS Setup Wizard after you have uninstalled/deleted the WPSC plugin.”

    This doesn’t affect my external site, however this message is annoying and I want it to go away. How do I actually get rid of this stupid code so BPS will stop whining about it?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Plugin Author AITpro


    To manually get rid of the WPSC htaccess code go to the BPS Custom Code tab page > click the Root htaccess File Custom Code accordion tab > check all Custom Code text boxes for any WPSC htaccess code > delete any WPSC htaccess code > click the Save Root Custom Code button > go to the BPS Security Modes tab page > click the Root Folder BulletProof Mode Activate button.

    Thread Starter Atavisionary


    With the addition of running the wizard after following these steps, it seems to have gotten rid of the message.

    Bizarrely, the only thing left of the cache plugin here was a comment in one of the text boxes


    Deleting that and running the wizard solved the problem. Or at least I think so. If it comes back I will let you know.

    Plugin Author AITpro


    Problem has been resolved – Resolving this thread.

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