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OCAP-RI wiki not accessible outside CableLabs

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darypola
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Joined: 2010-06-17

Hi all,
It appears that all the wiki content is not accessible outside CableLabs anymore. If I'm trying to access any of the links posted at the project front page I'm being redirected to:https://devzone.cablelabs.com/widget/web/ocapri/1/-/wiki
and the following error message is shown at the page:
"DevZone is now part of the CableLabs Community. Please use https://community.cablelabs.com to access DevZone content."
Even when logged in as a CL user that referenced url:https://community.cablelabs.com/wiki/homepage.action is still not accessible:
"You are not permitted to perform this operation."
Could someone take a look?

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greg80303
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Joined: 2008-07-03

Some CableLabs systems were migrated over the weekend and this was one of the side-effects. CableLabs IT staff were working on it yesterday. However, without logging on to my java.net or my cablelabs accounts, I was able to click on the wiki links from the ocap-ri project homepage. Can you please check again to see if the situation has been resolved?
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darypola
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Joined: 2010-06-17

Thanks for the reply!
The links started working as of today when I'm not logged in to CL.
However I'm still shown the same response from the server as before if logged in:

You are not permitted to perform this operation.

csweeney
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Joined: 2009-04-11

We believe the issue is resolved - can you verify?

darypola
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Thank you!
It's working now.

csweeney
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Making sure I understand the issue...
The wiki links/access works as long as you are NOT logged into community.cablelabs.com. If you are logged in, you get an error message. Is this correct?
If this is the case, do you mind sending me your CableLabs username (so I can pass it on to community.cablelabs.com admins and they can figure out what is cofigured incorrectly).
my email address is chris@clsweeney.com