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    Rohit Manglik


    I just created a new account in my website. The user’s role is subscriber.

    When I visit the page https://edudrona.com/vendor_dashboard/ after registration, it asks whether I want to register as Vendor. After I submit the form, I get following error: “Application denied. You are an administrator.”

    I tried it with users with different roles but getting same error.

    Rohit Manglik

    1) In my installation- carts are not shared across sites or users, products, coupons, orders, or plugins. I am already running WooCommerce and WC Vendors on single site.

    2) WC Vendors is working fine for rest of the functionality when I manually change the user role to Vendors. I tested it completely and it worked great.

    From above points, it might be because of some compatibility issue or some other bug while checking whether a user is admin.

    As I pointed out before that as Ryan mentioned over here: https://support.woothemes.com/hc/en-us/community/posts/202173667-How-does-woocommerce-function-on-multisite-. Woocommerce works just as another plugin when installation is in one site in MU.

    Can you please check and let me know.

    Rohit Manglik

    I checked in the code, it’s because one plugin has corrupted all the user roles and granted them “manage_options” permission. I Corrected it.

    I checked the plugin in my MultiSite installation. I believe it is high time for you to stop saying that the plugin doesn’t work in single site of MU. Also WooCommerce also officially supports that.

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