I have a critical problem . When I log in as an administrator with the login form of PR , the connection fails because of a redirect loop. The navigator try to open the admin page (https://copperprodev.coppernic.fr/wp-admin) without success.
In the Frontend Settings/Redirect Logged-in Users, I have tried NO instead of YES. Now , I stay on the login form page but I can’t go to my back office !!
When I log in as a subscriber, everything is ok.
We apologize for the inconvenience this may occurred to you. The “Redirect Logged In Users” option is only to make PR pages accessible by a logged in users or not. It doesn’t affect on “Redirection on Login”. However, can you please try to login on a different browser or clear out your cookies to see if it working again? Also please let us know the PR and WP versions?
I tried with different browsers (chrome, firefox , IE, safari…), I deleted caches, cookies, disable others plugins and It does not change anything.
Version WordPress : 4.3.1
Version PR : 2.0.20 (But now I had to install the previous version 2.0.17)
Do you have SSL enabled on your site and for wordpress login?
As you can see in the adress bar (https://copperprodev.coppernic.fr/), the website use the https protocol for security reasons.
Thanks for the update, I will have team lookup the issue and we will get back to you asap.
thank you very much
Have you found a solution to my problem ?
I am seeing the same symptoms as freddela when I try to upgrade from version 2.0.17 to 2.0.20 (in a development environment). I have briefly tried 2.0.18 and 2.0.19 and could not reproduce the problem there, so I amy upgrade to 2.0.19 instead for now. I do have “define(‘FORCE_SSL_ADMIN’, true);” set in my wp-config.php file, but removing that doesn’t fix the problem.
In fact, if I change line 945 of pie-register.php in version 2.0.20 from:
`wp_set_auth_cookie( $user->ID, $creds[‘remember’], $piereg_secure_cookie );
wp_set_auth_cookie( $user->ID, $creds['remember'] );
then I can log in and go to the admin page okay, without the redirect problem. So does appear to be something with SSL.
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