I finally was able to activate components by doing it from the inactive components menu…
I’ve opened a ticket. Just to update, disabling IPv6 did not solve the issue.
It’s also worth noting that the WordPress health screen shows no problems. So I’m stumped.
So now I’ve completely nuked the database, deleted the installation, reinstalled from official download tar.gz except for the .htaccess and wp-config.php. The only plugin installed and active is BuddyPress, and I am still having the same problem.
I’m now going through php.ini to see if there is anything there that might be causing this.
Other things I’ve tried to fix this:
- disabling ModSecurity
- disabling PHP and Apache caching
PHP version is 7.4.
I should add to this that I get the same error whether I connect with the IPv4 or the IPv6 address.
Note: I am submitting this again because for some reason my initial post was marked as spam. I’m assuming because I edited it after I submitted it.
What is happening is when I try to make a change to the Components section in BuddyPress settings, I get the infamous “Sorry, you are not allowed to access this page.” when I try to save the…[Read more]
@llewen Active 1 week, 1 day ago