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      Reproduction steps:

      1. Start Liferay with SPA enabled.
      2. Ensure that Inactive Request Handler is active. To do so, go to Control Panel -> System Settings -> Insfrastructure -> System Scope -> Inactive Request Handler and check the option "Show inactive request message"
      3. Go to Control Panel --> Sites --> Create a Blank Site
      4. Add a page to the Site.
      5. Go back to Sites in Control Panel and from the 3 dots beside the site click on "Deactivate".
      6. Open Product Menu and click on compass icon (Go to other site or library) next to current site's name.
      7. Click on My Sites and select the previously created and deactivated site.
      8. Checkpoint: A page appears displaying:
        "This site is inactive. Please contact the administrator".
      9. Refresh the page.
      10. Click the back button.

       Actual behavior: The URL changes, however, the page does not change.
       Expected behavior: The previous page should appear successfully.

       The Inactive Request Handler can be set at the following menupoint
       Control Panel > Configuration > System Settings > Infrastructure > Inactive Request Handler.

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            yang.cao Yang Cao
            Reporter:
            roland.pakai Roland Pákai
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            Yunlin "Steven" Sun
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            Roland Pákai
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