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== Using Wordfence on Multisite ==
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=== Using Wordfence on Multisite ===
 
Wordfence should be installed as the network admin, and not on each individual site. See the [[Wordfence system requirements#WordPress Multi-Site Compatibility|Multisite section of the Wordfence System Requirements]] for more details.
 
Wordfence should be installed as the network admin, and not on each individual site. See the [[Wordfence system requirements#WordPress Multi-Site Compatibility|Multisite section of the Wordfence System Requirements]] for more details.
  
== API Keys for Multisite ==
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=== API Keys for Multisite ===
 
If you want to use the paid version of Wordfence, you normally need one API key per WordPress installation. However, if you run WordPress Multisite, you only need one API key for the entire Multisite installation.
 
If you want to use the paid version of Wordfence, you normally need one API key per WordPress installation. However, if you run WordPress Multisite, you only need one API key for the entire Multisite installation.

Latest revision as of 18:27, 30 August 2015

Using Wordfence on Multisite

Wordfence should be installed as the network admin, and not on each individual site. See the Multisite section of the Wordfence System Requirements for more details.

API Keys for Multisite

If you want to use the paid version of Wordfence, you normally need one API key per WordPress installation. However, if you run WordPress Multisite, you only need one API key for the entire Multisite installation.