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LDAP User Admin UI

I got surprised by a local\admin password lockout today (DEV environment, no harm, no foul). So I tried, for the first time, the LDAP (eDirectory) admin account I added to the role.

It looks like I got logged in to the AdminUI, but was denied access. Big Red Bar saying Permission Denied.

The user can login to the enrollment page ok. I placed the user into the role by type and search, so the system finished the user ID. AdminUI has LDAP Password, that is what is says on the password page.

What did I miss?
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Re: LDAP User Admin UI

tse7147;2469728 wrote:
I got surprised by a local\admin password lockout today (DEV environment, no harm, no foul). So I tried, for the first time, the LDAP (eDirectory) admin account I added to the role.

It looks like I got logged in to the AdminUI, but was denied access. Big Red Bar saying Permission Denied.

The user can login to the enrollment page ok. I placed the user into the role by type and search, so the system finished the user ID. AdminUI has LDAP Password, that is what is says on the password page.

What did I miss?


By default the password of local\admin expires each 42 days. But it can be changed - you may login to the enrollment portal using old password to change it.

Could you please share a screenshot of a window where you got the big red bar with the "permission denied" error.
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