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Authentication Change Query LoadRunner Enterprise 2020 SP 2

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Ive installed LRE20SP2 and configured Admin to use LDAP.  I tested the connection and it passed, so I activated LDAP as the authentication method.   Now I cannot log in.  Id like to reset the authentication method back to the internal LR DB, or out of box configuration.  I have tried using the prior solution posted and it doesnt work with this version of LRE. (Link)   Any suggestions on how to reset the authentication method?

 

TYIA!

 

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Hello , 

The appsettings.json fix was relevant for LRE2020 SP1  but not for SP2/SP3 as the Authentication settings moved to the SITE ADMIN DB.

Please use the LRE Site Admin DB - table: CONFIGURATION_VALUES --> you'll probably find there an entry for the authentication- please update its CONFIG_VALUE to have the {"AuthType": 0) }  for Application Authentication.

You may run the following query, and start the LRE Backend service 

UPDATE CONFIGURATION_VALUES SET CONFIG_VALUE='{ "AuthType": 0 }' WHERE CONFIG_KEY='authentication';

Aliza

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Could you please provide the json file as suggested in the previous link you referenced? 

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Commander Commander
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The site wouldnt let me upload a file type of JSON so a screen capture of its content is attached.

 

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Micro Focus Expert
Micro Focus Expert

Hello , 

The appsettings.json fix was relevant for LRE2020 SP1  but not for SP2/SP3 as the Authentication settings moved to the SITE ADMIN DB.

Please use the LRE Site Admin DB - table: CONFIGURATION_VALUES --> you'll probably find there an entry for the authentication- please update its CONFIG_VALUE to have the {"AuthType": 0) }  for Application Authentication.

You may run the following query, and start the LRE Backend service 

UPDATE CONFIGURATION_VALUES SET CONFIG_VALUE='{ "AuthType": 0 }' WHERE CONFIG_KEY='authentication';

Aliza

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