Vbulletin getting redirected to activity.php after Upgrading to 4.2.0

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It happened to me when I did an upgrade from 4.0.0 version to the 4.2.0 that all the pages got redirected to the activity.php files without displaying all the threads available in the forum. In order to get this fixed you can do the following to solve it!
Go to your admincp -> Navigation Manager. Under the tab "Forum" Click the options menu and select "Set default".

This issue seems to be affecting many users after the update, causing unexpected navigation behavior. Are you facing the same problem, or have you found a solution? 🤔💡 Let’s collaborate and help each other out in the comments section below!

Don’t forget to share this post with your network to help other vBulletin users who might be struggling with this issue.

And with that you got this solved!

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