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  1. Facts:
    I don't have FTP access to my site because of Sandy and one of our web team being a first responder. I won't have access until he is back.
    I am attempting to access my admin panel.
    I installed a buggy plugin for SMF bridge.
    I am able to login using my credentials at which point i get my PHP error related to SMF.
    I know how to fix this error very easily with FTP access.
    I need to fix it WITHOUT FTP access if that is possible.

    I am wondering if there is a URL that I can type to directly access my plugin page and disable that crappy plugin.

    Shortform: I don't have FTP access, Is there a URL that I can access that allows me direct access to my plugin page so that I can deactivate this baddy plugin.

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