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Wildfly management console Access Denied Insufficient Privileges  RSS feed

 
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I'm getting an "Access Denied: Insufficient privileges to access this interface" message while trying to access the management console of Wildfly (running on Ubuntu).

I also got an Apache2 acting as ProxyReverse for the Wildfly server. It gets requests for alias.domain.com:80 and forwards to localhost:9990.

The Wildfly access-authorization is still using simple provider, so rbac is not the culprit. Or so I believe...

When I access alias.domain.com, I'm prompted for the user/password, and I do supply the correct admin authentication data.

Any help will be appreciated.
 
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An obvious question - does it work without Apache?
 
Igor Donin
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Geez... it actually does work when I bypass Apache!

So, any ideas on what the issue may be? Some Directory permission? Enabled mods conf?

Edit:
I guess this also could be some issue with the SO user that's trying to access Wildfly. While bypassing Apache, Wildfly has its own user, and then it responds to its own request. But Apache must be accessing Wildfly with another user. I don't know, man, still trying to get my way around Linux...

Thanks for taking the time to answer.


 
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OK, just wanted to let you guys know that the issue was resolved with a

on Apache conf.

Thanks, and c ya
 
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Thanks for sharing your solution
 
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