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4/25/2017 5:12 PM
 

SuperUser cannot manage other portal's site settings

DNN 9.0.2
Windows Server 2008 R2

Default Site: dnn9.domain.com
Additional Site: site2.domain.com
SuperUser is configured as Administrator on all sites.

Goal: to manage site settings of site2.domain.com after logging onto dnn9.domain.com as SuperUser

Problem: Sites are visible and appear to be managable. Hovering over site2.domain.com and selecting the Gear icon brings up Site Settings for dnn9.domain.com. Selecting the site from the EDITING SITE drop down changes the name of the site being edited but no matter what site is selected the form presents information for dnn9.domain.com If the same SuperUse account logs in directly to site2.domain.com site settings are available.

Thank you in advance

 

 
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