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  • [CMS] Articles in CMS: "you do not have permission to access this page"

    I haven't been using the CMS much but decided to turn it on again to play with it. I know it was working before - maybe version 4.0.1.. since then i've been using vbadvanced.

    Anyway - enabled vbulletin cms and everything looked great - until my users started telling me that they were getting permission errors when trying to view any of the articles.

    I double checked and I have permissions on 'Home' set correctly for read access - I also do have the 'show on section widget' set to yes.

    I can view fine as admin but non-logged in users and reg'd users get the error.
    Running vb 4.0.5 suite

    Any ideas?
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    Last edited by KProjects; Sun 18 Jul '10, 4:27pm.
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  • #2
    I am getting users on my site telling me the same thing. I would also like to know if this is an issue or am I missing a permission setting. I am currently running 4.0.4

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    • #3
      Its worth asking users to try and reset/clear cookies, offline files etc on their browsers first. I had similar issues last week and couldn't replicate them with a test user I created.

      vBulletin support found a couple of permission issues, but even after resolving those, people are still having problems and vBulletin say it must be down to the client end.

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      • #4
        Having the same problem, need a fix ASAP.

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        • #5
          There's a bug report somewhere about this feature that they added... it has some code to fix it. You may want to look for it in the tracker.
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          • #6
            Actually, I got mine fixed with the help of Edwin and Lynne. Make sure your sections are actually published, and then make sure the permissions are on for the sections as well.

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            • #7
              Look at:
              admincp >> vbulletin CMS >> permissions and make sure the sections the articles are contained in have read access for the usergroups you mention.

              If that is the case then make sure that the sections are actually published.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by reefland View Post
                Look at:
                admincp >> vbulletin CMS >> permissions and make sure the sections the articles are contained in have read access for the usergroups you mention.

                If that is the case then make sure that the sections are actually published.
                This was my problem. By default, the home CMS page is not published. Genius at work here. The error message should indicate that the section isn't published.
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                • #9
                  First of all throw vbadvanced in the junk pile were it belongs I have used it for many years, It can not compare with vb's cms which is awesome to say the least. Then see if you have the same problem...
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