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I have a page used to display our custom webparts that's always worked perfectly until deploying the solution via a custom site template on a new server.

  • On one particular page in a site, the Edit Page button is not in the dropdown.

  • The Personalize This Page link is present on the malfunctioning page.

  • Any other page (and any new page created) in the same site has the *Edit page button and not the *Personalize link.

  • Adding ?PageView=Shared to the URL has no effect.

  • Adding ?PageView=Shared&ToolPaneView=2 allows editing in shared view from the tool pane, but I need the normal button to display for the page to work properly

  • The malfunctioning page uses a custom master, but has always worked until this particular installation.

  • The page is in the root of its site, same as the default page (which works). It is not in a document library, and is not under version control or checked out.

  • I was able to get rid of the personalize button by setting AllowPersonalization=false on all the zones.

  • There are customizable zones on the page.

Any suggestions for how I can cause this page to have the standard "Edit Page" button option in the Site Actions menu the rest of the site.

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Didn't realize that was an option. Thanks. How do I migrate? –  Brad Dec 19 '11 at 14:21
    
Flag it for moderator attention and in the comment ask them to migrate it to SharePoint.StackExchange. –  SPDoctor Dec 19 '11 at 18:37
    
Since bounties don't migrate, I've refunded your bounty. –  NullUserException Dec 21 '11 at 1:28
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