Referencing the resolved topic: https://premium.wpmudev.org/forums/topic/no-access-to-the-content#post-131450
In David's screenshot, the tiny 'helper' text for shortcode visibility reads "Should all shortcodes be visible or protected by default"
On my screen the text reads "Should the shortcodes above be visible..." (I am using verson 2.0.7, installed just a week or so ago)
The difference between those instructions has great significance. From my version of the message I believed that only the shortcode I created in your plug in would be made protected. But David's version of the message means shortcodes that are in my theme and other plug ins are also auto protected.
The problem I was seeing was similar to the user 'danustu'. On pages where my text used theme shortcodes I was seeing the No Access Message. It appeared in the text anywhere the [shortcode] or the [/shortcode] tag appeared. It was not actually protecting the contents in between those shortcodes, but it was still displaying the No Access Message where those tags would have appeared were they actual text.
1) Why do I see a different helper text message than David, when that image is only five days old?
2) Is it correct then, for me to select "Yes - Shortcodes are visible by default" AND for my Stranger Level make a Negative Rule disallowing the ONE shortcode that I created in your options panel called 'blocked'.