DIGIRDP- Cheap windows RDP 2Gb dedicated ram 6.99$/monthly 15+ datacenter full administrator access rdp

Buy cheap RDP starting 6.99$/monthly full administrator access without any restrictions 10Gbps port, Dedicated ip, 100% Uptime, 48hrs Money back gaurantee and many more visit DigiRDP.com

7 – Custom user field not showing up for view except for site Administrator

I have created extra fields for the User account.
I have never had an issue with any of these fields showing up when constructing a View that aggregates based off of the User.

I just added a new Text field called “Job Title” to the User account.
I then created a basic view that aggregates based off of the User account.
The field “Job Title” shows up in the View for my logged in Administer account but NOT for an anonymous user or a user that is logged in but not an Administer and I can’t figure out why.
Here is the “Job Title” field:

enter image description here

And the visibility on the field is set to “Public”

enter image description here

And here is my extremely simple view:

enter image description here

And here is the result of the view for my logged in Administrator user:

enter image description here

And here is the result of the view for an anonymous user (same as for logged in non admin):

enter image description here

Does anyone know what is wrong or where I should look to diagnose what is causing the field not not show up for the view? I have tried this with different views that aggregate on User and have had the same perplexing results.

Why can’t I add another administrator to my page?

The person has liked and followed the page
I’ve watched and tried YouTube "work arounds," they do not work.
I type in their name and it does NOT show up

commerce – Create an order as administrator user and let users continue with the checkout

The only way this can work by default is when you create an order for an existing user and ensure they login prior to attempting to access the form. However, I doubt you should be directing them to the payment page – that page has special logic attached to it that may not make it the ideal point of direction. Much better to send people to the checkout page that actually has the payment checkout pane on it.

If you want to link customers to the checkout form and ensure they’re logged in, use a URL like:

https://www.example.com/user/login?destination=checkout/##

If the customer is already logged in, they will be redirected to the checkout form without any issues. If they aren’t, they will be prompted to log in. The order ## must match an order that you have assigned to their user account in order for them to then view checkout for that order.

For a customer who does not yet exist in your system, you’ll have to create an account for them first and ensure they can access it. There may be a contributed module out there that would let you include a token or something in the URL to grant anonymous access to the order, but I’ve never heard of it. It’s theoretically possible through hooks Commerce offers, I’ve just never heard of anyone developing it.

actions – Preventing administrator to redirect from wp-admin or allow only admin to access wp-admin area

I am restricting non-admin users to access wp-admin using the below code. Also, block wp-login.php as well. For that, I have set up a frontend login page.

function block_backend_access() {

    // WP tracks the current page - global the variable to access it
    global $pagenow;
    // Check if a $_GET('action') is set, and if so, load it into $action variable
    $action = ( isset( $_GET( 'action' ) ) ) ? $_GET( 'action' ) : '';
    // Check if we're on the login page, and ensure the action is not 'logout'
    if ( $pagenow == 'wp-login.php' && ( ! $action || ( $action && ! in_array( $action, login_actions() ) ) ) ) {

        wp_redirect(home_url());
        exit();
    }

    if ( is_admin() && ! current_user_can( 'administrator' ) && ! wp_doing_ajax() ) {
        wp_redirect(home_url());
        exit();
    }
}

add_action( 'init', 'block_backend_access' );

// login_actions
function login_actions() {
    return (
        'logout',
        'lostpassword',
        'rp',
        'resetpass',
    );
}

The above code is working fine on my mac. It is working on local dev as well as on the production server. But the weird issue is when my client tries to access the dashboard as an admin, they are always getting redirect. Their team tried to access the dashboard from multiple locations. Australia, the Philippines, Europe, etc. none of them work. But it works for me without any single redirection.

.htaccess

# BEGIN WordPress
# The directives (lines) between `BEGIN WordPress` and `END WordPress` are
# dynamically generated, and should only be modified via WordPress filters.
# Any changes to the directives between these markers will be overwritten.
<IfModule mod_rewrite.c>
RewriteEngine On

# Force HTTPS redirection
RewriteCond %{HTTPS} off
RewriteRule ^(.*)$ https://%{HTTP_HOST}%{REQUEST_URI} (L,R=301)
# End force https redirection

RewriteBase /
RewriteRule ^index.php$ - (L)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-f
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} !-d
RewriteRule . /index.php (L)
</IfModule>

# END WordPress

# BEGIN Theme

# The directives (lines) between `BEGIN Theme` and `END Theme` are
# dynamically generated, and should only be modified via WordPress filters.
# Any changes to the directives between these markers will be overwritten.
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_URI} .(pdf|zip|gif|jpg|png)$ (NC)
RewriteCond %{REQUEST_FILENAME} -s
RewriteRule ^wp-content/uploads/(.*)$ dl-file.php?file=$1 (QSA,L)

# END Theme

Question
To investigate the issue, when I removed this action, they can access the dashboard. So I have no idea what is wrong with this code and why I can access it, but my client and team can not.

Why is the number of subscribers of the JetPack widget different from what it shows inside the administrator?

in the administration of JetPack in the list of subscribers by mail shows me that there are 30 people registered. Screenshot

But in the Jetpack subscribers widget it shows me another number

Screenshot

Does anyone know why or what is the difference?

hyper v – Administrator no longer has access to sconfig or the C drive

Been running Hyper-V 2019 Server fine for a couple of days with 2 VMs running on there. When connecting to the host server and log in as Admin it no longer launches SConfig but instead says Access Denied.

I can no longer launch SConfig and cannot access any of the C drive

Connecting

8 – Does the kernel still have an administrator role? If so, is it safe to provide the role to other users?

the administrator The role is part of the standard profile (and Umami) and would be created if the site was installed with one of these profiles. As you can see the missing Administrator role, it will not be available if the site is installed with a minimal profile.

However, defining a role as an administrator role is a main feature of Drupal. This is a configuration to /admin/config/people/accounts, and it would look like this:

enter description of image here

Any role assigned here as an administrator role would dynamically get all permissions from all activated modules.