Tony Okusanya Respected Contributor.
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How Do I assign LDAP user to a Role

Greetings

I have an HPeOO 10.6 installation and we use Active Directory Authentication

We assign role membership based on AD group membership. I need to assign a user to a role in HPOO without using his AD group membership. 

In OO 9 this was possible by creating an internal user linked to the Domain user account.

I appreciate your assistance with this

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: How Do I assign LDAP user to a Role

you need to go to the rols and map the group from the LDAP to the OO role you prefer.

you can find more info on the specs

 

Andrei

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Tony Okusanya Respected Contributor.
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Re: How Do I assign LDAP user to a Role

Andrei

Thanks for the response. The problem I have is I want to assign a role to an active directory user without using an AD group. I have a user I need to grant OO rights to but the account isnt ina group I want to grant access

In OO9 this could be done by linking an internal account to the AD account but I dont see that in OO10

Thanks

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AndreiTruta Outstanding Contributor.
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Re: How Do I assign LDAP user to a Role

when you go to the LDAP there is a setting: Alternate Groups.

You need to use that for the desired behavior.

Try to follow the specs on this area.

if more info is needed, let me know

Andrei Vasile Truta
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