SharePoint 2010 Mysite Ribbon Controls

gevansmdes
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Hello,
I have noticed that my < Back to ? > control still has an old site path attached to it.  Does anyone know where I would go to change it to the correct path.  I have attached an image of the location I'm speaking of.

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Hi,
AFAIK this is not an Out-of-the-box link.
Please try and go to "Site Settings" of the MySite and open the link "Top Link Bar" (in the Look and feel area).
There you can maintain links which appear on the top left. I think this link is hard coded, so you can update or remove it.

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Thank you Rainer for your reply.  Which option under Look and Feel would this object be removed or configured.  I have look at just about all the links under Look and Feel and found no way to accomplish my goal.  It shouldn navigate back to the top level site and at present it does not.  Just plays the "Internet Explorer cannot display the webpage" window when clicked.  Any suggestions on this?
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Hi,
it is the option "Top Link Bar".

Attached screenshots of the way.
If you have no link "Top Link Bar" in the site settings of the my site - what permissions do you have in regards to this SharePoint site?

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Rainer
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No I don't see that link under "Look and Feel".  I've added myself to the "MySites Owners" group which shows "Full Control, Limited Access" as the Permissions Level.  When I check permissions on my username it shows

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 Given through the "NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users (NT AUTHORITY\authenticated users)" group.  
 
Full Control, Limited Access  
 Given through the "MySites Owners" group.  
 
Limited Access  
 Given through the "Style Resource Readers" group.
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.Navigation is indeed visible under "Look and Feel", but it does not have a listing for the "
 < Back to " " button.  Is there a place I can specify the url path to be redirected to when clicked?
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