In this project I need a multisite setup with
1. Super admin to admin one Affiliate program for network, one Fundraiser program for Network, One Marketpress Global Cart for network of sellers(sites), One Buddypress for network of users, and one M2 for all network users.
2. Site admins should have NO admin rights on Affiliate, Fundraiser, Marketpress Global Cart, Buddypress, M2.
3. .non-admin users of any site to access the one Network Affiliate program, one Fundraiser program, one Marketpress Global Cart, and one Buddypress
I initially tried Network Activation of all five plugins. Logged in as super admin and click on a subsite dashboard other then the root site and I could setup a new fundraiser, change store settings, change M2 settings , add site affiliate program in any site. Subsites did not seem to be playing as a network but as individual installs using 4 of the 5 plugins.
BuddyPress seemed to actually install the way I thought a network activated for one / all network use. There is only admin at the Network Level with the install fo buddypress. All other plugins seem to be inconsistent to the idea of a one Network.
With this collection of plugins to operate as one how should they be installed?
Affiliate - Network Activated, Root Site Activate or Any subsite activated?
Fundraiser - Network Activated, Root Site Activate or Any subsite activated?
Marketpress Global Cart - Network Activated, Root Site Activate or Any subsite activated?
M2 - Network Activated, Root Site Activate or Any subsite activated?
Buddypress - Network Activated, Root Site Activate or Any subsite activated?
I am guessing at this point:
Affiliate - Root Site Activate
Fundraiser - Root Site Activate
Marketpress Global Cart - Network Activated,
M2 - Root Site Activate and add wordpress-user-synchronization plugin
Buddypress - Network Activated
Or do I need prosites just to block subsite access to setting up m2, fundraisers and affiliate programs?
Thanks in advance.