I have the latest version of Integrated Video Tutorials and WordPress, BuddyPress, and all other plugins are on the most recent stable releases. The network is configured to use subdomains and Integrated Video Tutorials was registered with voices.wooster.edu. The issue now is that when a user goes to their site’s dashboard http://site1.voices.wooster.edu/wp-admin they see the Video Tutorials panel but clicking on any of the videos gives and error about not be authorized to view them. I as a superadmin am able to view them at http://site1.voices.wooster.edu/wp-admin/admin.php?page=videos and clicking any available video but admins and other users of http://site1.voices.wooster.edu are not able to. Should I have entered *.voices.wooster.edu as the domain when authenticating? If a user is a subscriber to the main site vocies.wooster.edu then they can view the videos at http://voices.wooster.edu/wp-admin/admin.php?page=videos by clicking active ones. I had just assumed that users would be able to view the videos from the dashboard of their actual sites and would not all need to be subscribers on the main site.