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8/5/2015 12:33 PM
 
I recently had trouble upgrading from 07.03.04 to 07.04.00 but figured it out. I had a couple of sites that had custom registration forms and hidden was the field called "Use Email Address as Username". It was checked and causing a problem when upgrading. So, I unchecked the box and my upgrade worked just fine. I was also able to upgrade to 07.04.01 without incident.

But the problem still exists. If I go into any site settings and check the box to "Use Email Address as Username" field and try logging in using my HOST account on that site, I lose the ability to use my HOST account on any site. It keeps telling me my password is incorrect. When I try and reset it, nothing I enter is accepted. Anyone else have this problem?
 
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8/10/2015 4:38 AM
 
there might be existing or missing a userportal record for your host user, please check in UserPortal table of the database.

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Sebastian Leupold (Microsoft MVP)

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