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On a site where an old admin has moved all the menu items around, is there a simple way to reset the menu items to the defaults like you'd see if you installed CiviCRM fresh?

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Inside the CiviCRM root directory is a "sql" folder, and inside that is "civicrm_navigation.mysql". Copy it to "civicrm_navigation_restore.sql" and edit the copy to remove all of the SQL commands EXCEPT this one: SELECT @domainID := id FROM civicrm_domain where name = 'Default Domain Name';

and any that start with INSERT INTO civicrm_navigation.

Change the SELECT @domainID line to read: SET @domainID = 1; (assuming this isn't multi-site).

Then run (after first backing up your database!) DELETE FROM civicrm_navigation.

Finally, run mysql -u myusername -pmypassword databasename < civicrm_navigation_restore.mysql.

  • Is this still the best approach to getting old sites to have the latest arrangement. Tired of having to look in multiple places in the Admin menu for Extensions ;-) – petednz - fuzion Feb 27 '18 at 20:18

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