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How can I, as an administrator, see all created sites?

In this case I only see the site "MyProject" I created. But sites created by my collegues don't appear here:

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So were can I find them?

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    what Kind of admin are you? – Leopold Lerch Aug 13 '15 at 10:35
  • Just a warning that your full name (or somebody's) is showing in the search field. I'm sure it's not an issue but thought you would appreciate the heads up! – Michael A Aug 13 '15 at 10:51
  • @LeopoldLerch: Global admin. – user87238960 Aug 13 '15 at 11:35
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    @Codingo: Thank, but it means just "search everything" or "browser everything". – user87238960 Aug 13 '15 at 11:35
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This link explains two methods (depending on what kind of an Admin you are).

View the site hierarchy

If you are an administrator, you can view a list of all the Web sites that were created under the top-level site.

  1. Browse to the home page for the top-level site.
  2. On the Site Actions menu Button image, click Site Settings.

NOTE On a site for which the Site Actions menu is customized, point to Site Settings, and then click the settings that you want to view.

  1. In the Site Collection Administration column, click Site hierarchy.

View a list of subsites

  1. If you are a site owner, you can view a list of subsites below the current site.

NOTE You can see only the first level of sites below the current site. To view a complete list of sites in the site collection, view the site hierarchy.

  1. On the Site Actions menu Button image, click Site Settings.

NOTE On a site for which the Site Actions menu is customized, point to Site Settings, and then click the settings that you want to view.

  1. In the Site Administration column, click Sites and workspaces.
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If you're a site collection administrator, then Codingo's answer is the most you can see. If you're a farm administrator, then you can use Central Administration to view all sites in the farm.

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  • I'm only a SCA, so I can't give any additional details about Central Administration. Please improve this answer! – Dan Henderson Aug 13 '15 at 13:35

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