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  • Actually I’m also here to get a perfect solution for “Unauthorized Action” in AAM. I have installed the plugin and getting the above error when a user try to browse other pages through admin. I have checked all the capabilities of admin to the user, but no luck. If somebody knows, please reply

    @computersimulators.com – Do not act as a super hero, Your comment just reveals your professionalism very well… If you don’t have that much knowledge, just shut up. We all respect this valuable forum, do not spoil it..

    Moderator Jan Dembowski

    @jdembowski

    Brute Squad and Volunteer Moderator

    Sorry about that, those abusive posts have been deleted.

    Please carry on. 😉

    Thanks Jan!

    I didnt get the perfect answer for that, anyway I fixed it. I have disabled the plugin and created another user (with admin privilege). Then I have enabled the plugin again and assign some part of the admin section. It may not be the perfect solution, but I got the result, I wanted 🙂

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