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  • Latest Post - ‏2013-06-26T12:08:12Z by khouck
khouck
khouck
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Pinned topic Determine opsite "owner"

‏2013-06-25T17:28:28Z |

I'm trying to determine who certain opsites belong to, but have been unable to do so.  I found articles that said look in the masthead or actionsite files and the seq number would match up to the user; but my files all show the opsite number as the same as the cn and dbname:

:seq=106:cn=__op_106:type=Operator:dbname=__op_106:actions=Enable:dbis=true:
:seq=107:cn=__op_107:type=Operator:dbname=__op_107:actions=Enable:dbis=true:
:seq=108:cn=__op_108:type=Operator:dbname=__op_108:actions=Enable:dbis=true:

So, that does me no good (all of the opsites are like that).  Any other suggestions on figuring these out?  Thanks.

  • amelgares
    amelgares
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    Re: Determine opsite "owner"

    ‏2013-06-25T19:53:24Z  

    In the console:

    • View All Content
    • go to Sites
    • In the sites listing, right-click on the column headers to get the column pop-up
    • click on URL to add site URL to the list

    The URL will show the opsite number for each operator site.

  • amelgares
    amelgares
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    Re: Determine opsite "owner"

    ‏2013-06-25T19:53:24Z  

    In the console:

    • View All Content
    • go to Sites
    • In the sites listing, right-click on the column headers to get the column pop-up
    • click on URL to add site URL to the list

    The URL will show the opsite number for each operator site.

  • khouck
    khouck
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    Re: Determine opsite "owner"

    ‏2013-06-26T12:08:12Z  
    • amelgares
    • ‏2013-06-25T19:53:24Z

    In the console:

    • View All Content
    • go to Sites
    • In the sites listing, right-click on the column headers to get the column pop-up
    • click on URL to add site URL to the list

    The URL will show the opsite number for each operator site.

    Simple enough; exactly what I needed.  Thanks.