5.7.3 New Users Can't Access Nothing!!

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Hello

I was very happy with the multi-language functionality but now I'm getting crazy to add a simple user, if I add the new user to a new group or to the default Administrator Group when I log in I see the right side bar showing a message of Access Denied. This mean only Administrator User Admin can operate the website???

And to make the things better, when I changed the admin user to other name I lost all the access to the website!!!

... following message inside Apache Logs:
index.php/login/account_deactivated HTTP/1.1" 200 2645

In 5.7.2.1 I can Add the Group, change the default Admin Username and activate the Advanced Options, so, I think it's something wrong with this new version or did you add more options when we activate Advanced Permissions?

And I tried use the function Copy inside Page Type Permissions but I always get this error:

{"error":{"type":"Whoops\\Exception\\ErrorException","message":"Invalid argument supplied for foreach()","file":"


Something wrong with the new version, please help!
Thank you very much in advance.

pedroserapio
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TheRealSean replied on at Permalink Reply
TheRealSean
sorry can't help but just experienced a very similar issue though without advanced permissions enabled. I have not seen an error message yet.

I can sign into the site and go to dashboard but attempting to do anything on the site displays an 'Access Denied message'

little perplexed at the moment? did you manage to resolve this?
pedroserapio replied on at Permalink Reply
pedroserapio
Since the last Concrete5 update I didn't got this error again and using Wamp was not a good idea, at least the MySQL it's little messy with case sensitive. Moving the websites to a development environment in Linux and installing all the components to build a Web Server was the best decision and reduce a lot of problems.

And test websites using this method:

192.168.1.111/examplesite1
192.168.1.111/examplesite2

I didn't got any problems with other CMS's but I found that with Concrete5 the things can become messy. The solution for this is set the server properly and add domains to hosts(Windows) file to test the websites in a development environment.
TheRealSean replied on at Permalink Reply
TheRealSean
Unfortunately, we are currently running on a linux server within a dev environment :( and running 5.7.3.1

The site works on a localhost but not if you migrate the DB to the dev server, I wander if there is an issue with the config table and the encrypted values?

I guess this bit is aimed at the core dev team do the security tokens get encrypted based on the URL? I would not think they are but can't see any other reason for getting this issue.

I'll make a new thread thanks for your help
pixelmargin replied on at Permalink Reply
pixelmargin
Any solutions found??? I am having same issue. Not even able to reset password. its giving me Call to a member function getAuthenticationTypeHandle() on a non-object
TheRealSean replied on at Permalink Reply
TheRealSean
For us it turned out to be an Nginx issue. We where using this instead of apache on our server once we switched back to using apache this worked and we have had no issues since.
pixelmargin replied on at Permalink Reply
pixelmargin
Hi i got it resolved. i think it was due to some FTP upload. After uploading zip and extracting whole files it cleared the issue. May be i missed or corrupted some files.