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admin login failed after chaged to LDAP from default authentication

 
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Hi,

First of all, I convey my sincere thanks to the team, taken such a fantastic effort for Jforum. It is awesome.

I setup the LDAP authentication successfully and all the LDAP user able to login into the forum, except the 'admin' user which I created upon installation.

I hope, the Root cause could be the LDAP authentication shift from default authentication.

Could any please give me some light on this issue. I feel deadlocked, because 'admin' user only may have the 'Control panel' access.

please note: Jforum verion 2.1.6

Thanking you in advance,
Ramesh.


[originally posted on jforum.net by peterramesh]
 
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You probably has an user in your ldap directory that you want to act as admin, right? so, open your database manager, gets the user_id from jforum_user and insert a new record into jforum_user_groups, associating the user_id to the 'Administration' group found in the table jforum_groups.

That's all.

Rafael
[originally posted on jforum.net by Rafael Steil]
 
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Hi Rafael,

Yes, I got fixed it with your directions, given the 'admin' privilege to an LDAP authenticated user.

Thanks a ton. 8)

Ramesh
[originally posted on jforum.net by peterramesh]
 
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