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Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)? - Macromedia Contribute Connection Administrtion

Okay, I logged in as my client. I am testing Contribute and drawing up detailed directions so I wanted to be sure sure she sees what I see. Now I can't get in and Administer the site. How do I log out as her and login as Administrator? The site is not listed in the sites that can be Administrated. -Kirk...

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    Default Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)?

    Okay, I logged in as my client. I am testing Contribute and drawing up
    detailed directions so I wanted to be sure sure she sees what I see.

    Now I can't get in and Administer the site.

    How do I log out as her and login as Administrator? The site is not
    listed in the sites that can be Administrated.

    -Kirk
    W. Kirk Lutz Guest

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    Default Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)?

    Okay, I logged in as my client. I am testing Contribute and drawing up
    detailed directions so I wanted to be sure sure she sees what I see.

    Now I can't get in and Administer the site.

    How do I log out as her and login as Administrator? The site is not
    listed in the sites that can be Administrated.

    -Kirk
    W. Kirk Lutz Guest

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    Default Re: Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)?

    What I do is create 3 connection keys, one for Admin, Publisher, and one for Writer or you can create multiple user accts.

    Not the best solution, but it works.

    hope this helps
    Alan Musselman Guest

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    Default Re: Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)?

    Forgot to mention, just run the connection key depending on which role you want to connect as...
    Alan Musselman Guest

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    Default Re: Log Out as Client Login as Administrator (k)?

    If you used the connection key to make client connection, you have to remove
    the client connection .Then create new connection with administrator rights.
    If you did not use connection key, you can edit the connection in 'My
    connection' dialog and choose to be administrator again

    Hope this helps, If not can you provide some more details on connection
    Thanks,
    Shubha


    shubha turuvekere Guest

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