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Hi

I need to change the admin account of a public site, but there is no site action button on that page.

When i try to access \_layouts\settings.aspx i get access denied and i need to change the admin account so that i get access. I am a sitecollection admin

Is there a stsadm command that i can use
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by:Justin Smith
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You can do it through Central Admin - App Mgmt - Site Collection Admins
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dident you read the part where i told you that i allready are sitecollection admin
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