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    Wayne Luke
    vBulletin Technical Support Lead

  • Wayne Luke
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    Originally posted by drives_fast
    what was the fix?

    I downloaded the package today and that happens to me too
    On your current either remove your user from protected status and edit him in the control panel or run this query:

    Code:
    update user set options=options-8 where userid=1

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  • Chris M
    Senior Member

  • Chris M
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    Originally posted by Fusion
    Oddly enough, my admin user wasn't set as COPPA. I guess it's only the case with fresh installs.
    I guess so...

    Satan

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  • Fusion
    Senior Member

  • Fusion
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    Originally posted by hellsatan
    They obviously have fixed it for vB3 Beta 4

    Satan
    Oddly enough, my admin user wasn't set as COPPA. I guess it's only the case with fresh installs.

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  • Chris M
    Senior Member

  • Chris M
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    They obviously have fixed it for vB3 Beta 4

    Satan

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  • Flack Jacket
    Senior Member

  • Flack Jacket
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    what was the fix?

    I downloaded the package today and that happens to me too

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  • HostCom
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    Thanks........

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  • Freddie Bingham
    Former vBulletin Developer

  • Freddie Bingham
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    Known and fixed.

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  • HostCom
    started a topic Admin is a COPPA user by default

    Admin is a COPPA user by default

    When trying to change profile setting via the usercp you get this message that you are a COPPA user.


    And when in admincp and you look at the admin user it says your a COPPA user.


    THIS happens after a clean install of vb3.
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