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(Solved) Facebook Log In Predicament

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Transferred an install of ocPortal over to a new server, which was an identical setup for the most part as the previous hosting source the install was living.

After clearing cache and fixing perms to a good enough point where the site popped up fine, I proceeded to log into the site with my admin user name and password and received this notice: 

"An unknown authentication scheme was found in the database against your member. Unfortunately we cannot authenticate you. If your account is tied to a third party service maybe you just need to use a different login button."

I know it has to be referring to Facebook because I used my Admin account to initiate the Facebook app log in auth/process. For some strange reason, all the arrows, files and even text are in place for me to log in via FB, but the big blue "log In With Facebook" button is no where to be found.

Just to verify it was not another O-Auth or Open ID, I logged in with all of the third party log ins and they log me in but not at the level of Admin. I never had to run the paces of logging in with the others.

Figure I would ask (My Bad I just posted without digging around first) to see if anyone had some tips before I start digging into it. I assume the Facebook third auth is works on the level of how a LADP log in would occur, where the user takes on that method till the sun don't rise? Thanks. 


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Solved the situation right after I posted about it. :lol:

Duh! I ran the updater.php through a mock update and after going through the paces I was logged in thanks to "keep_it_safe" mode, and now my FB button is even back. :thumbs:

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