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Can't edit Sharepoint Navigation Links

Posted on 2010-11-12
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I changed a sites URL via site settings but not reference link changed to to the new URL.  SO I thought I would change the references via site settings | navigation.  But when I edit a folder or link - none of my changes stick - the URL is still the old URL. Even if I browse and selecting a site or anything the old URL is still there.
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by:Justin Smith
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What version of SharePoint?
Are you using standard out of the box master pages?
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Sharepoint 2007.

I found the problem and a work-a-round

This is a Sharepoint bug when you chnage site URL.  Some references change properly, some don't and some get corrupted.  Delete all the corrupted items it the tree them add them back.
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close this quesiton out
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This question has been classified as abandoned and is closed as part of the Cleanup Program. See the recommendation for more details.
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