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Sharepoint Blog Collection Administrator.

Posted By:      Posted Date: April 10, 2011    Points: 0   Category :C#

Hi, I need to get help on this. I created a sharepoint blog and was unable to give site collection administrators for that blog. I've tried many ways but it doesn't seem to work. Posts that has been deleted from that blog doesn't seem to appear in my site's "Site administrator" recycle bin. However, if I delete posts in my own site, the items are in the recycle bin under the site administration category. May I know how can this work ? Thanks. :)

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