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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by fishland View Post
    hi
    I have the same problem !
    You really need to open a new topic with the relevant details of your site including vBulletin version, PHP version, and MySQL version.

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  • fishland
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    hi
    I have the same problem !

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  • Ben Italiano
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post

    It is not a bug that I can recreate on any of my installs or this site.
    Well like I said Ill be glad to show you the problem on my site I shouldn't have to work around the problem ... I reinstall this forum a few times in the past with some major problems at first but worked it out wit my server company . but I would really like to get this fix. Thanks

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by Ben Italiano View Post
    is this bug going to be fix anytime soon?..

    It is not a bug that I can recreate on any of my installs or this site.

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  • Ben Italiano
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    is this bug going to be fix anytime soon?..

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  • Ben Italiano
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    No there no page for ban at all in admin if you want i can show you what i mean let me know ...

  • Wayne Luke
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    A workaround would be to search the user under Users -> Search for Users. Then ban them from the Quicklinks menu in the top left corner of the user profile.

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  • Wayne Luke
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    The AdminCP uses the same banning.php file and will redirect to the modcp to load it. Using the default .htaccess (Apache) or web.config (IIS) file that ships with vBulletin enables this without error. There is nothing else on your site named modcp is there? no channel, no page, no user, etc...

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  • Ben Italiano
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    I check out the madcap I see the ban list there but not in my admincp, also when i try to go back to the forums from inside the madcap i get this.

    "Invalid Page URL. If this is an error and the page should exist, please contact the system administrator and tell them how you got this message."

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  • Ben Italiano
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    Nope just the admin cp I haven't try the modcp yet but since you said that I won't now not sure why this version 5.1.10 has so many bugs I'm some what disappointed on this forum version I've been a customer for a long time too, longer than most..

  • Mark.B
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    Are you referring to the AdminCP or the ModCP?
    ModCP is deprecated and not all areas of this will work.

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  • Ben Italiano
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    Originally posted by Wayne Luke View Post
    Do you have the /core/modcp directory uploaded and it is named "modcp?" You cannot rename this directory in vB5.
    Yes I have all the folders loaded from upload folder and Modcp is one of them I do see the banning.php file .. None of the files has been renamed or anything, here's all the files loaded inside
    Modcp folder:
    clear.gif
    forum.php
    global.php
    help.php
    announcement.php
    index.php
    banning.php
    user.php

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  • Wayne Luke
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    Do you have the /core/modcp directory uploaded and it is named "modcp?" You cannot rename this directory in vB5.

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  • Ben Italiano
    started a topic I can't view my ban panel in my admin cp...

    I can't view my ban panel in my admin cp...

    I can't view my ban panel in my "Ban User" and my "View Ban Users" it says this on both pages.

    "Invalid Page URL. If this is an error and the page should exist, please contact the system administrator and tell them how you got this message."

    Is there a way to fix this to show the page?....

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