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  • The Problem
    I use custom roles to determine the level of access some users have. My problem is that users with custom roles aren’t being shown on /wp-admin/network/site-users.php?id=1

    What’s Happening
    I have 8 pages of users when it’s set to show 20 per page, but the first page only shows 2 users… the seconds page shows 1 user… and in total about 8 users or so are shown. I’m guessing these users are being shown because they have roles that WordPress comes with. I checked if it was an issue with having a space in the role’s name, but that wasn’t it.

    Go to /wp-admin/users.php (which shows everyone fine) & choose to edit/remove the user from there.

    What’s causing this odd behavior? Does everyone’s multisite act this way? Is it probably just a plugin causing this? Should I submit a bug report to WordPress devs about this? Am I missing something? Please help.

    Thank you.

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  • Not every WP install acts that way, but I’ve seen it before.

    What plugins are you running?

    * = Network Activated

    *Align RSS Images
    Breadcrumb NavXT
    Cleaner Gallery
    Contact Form 7
    FD Feedburner Plugin
    Google Analytics Dashboard
    Google XML Sitemaps
    jQuery Collapse-O-Matic
    Mass Page Maker
    Media Categories
    *Multisite User Management
    Page Links To
    Platinum SEO Pack
    Really Simple CAPTCHA
    Shortcode Exec PHP
    TinyMCE Advanced
    *Use Google Libraries
    *User Role Editor
    Wordpress Download Monitor
    *WP Activate Users
    *WP Minify
    *WP Security Scan
    *WP Super Cache

    WP Activate Users is, I’ve been reliably told, full of security holes.

    I see. Thanks for the heads up.

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