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Manage Alerts Permission Not Available.

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

Hey everyone!

For some reason, even though alerts are enabled for my web application, the Create Alerts (list permission) and Manage Alerts (site permission) are not listed when attempting to edit a permission level. Has anyone experienced this issue before? When I say alerts are enabled, it is enabled through Central Admin Web Application general settings. I have even attempted to re-enalbed it through the stsadm set property command. Also, there is another web application under a different SSP on the same server farm that has these options available.

Is there another option I need to select for the alerts specifically on that web application to get these permissions to show up?

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