Hi We have bamboo using our Crowd install in a SSO type configuration. Bamboo is configured to pull user info from a Crowd SSO active directory directory via a crowd application. I can login to bamboo with my active directory account with no problem.
This works between Jira and Confluence but i have to login to Bamboo.
I have the following line in my seraph.config file
Even though bamboo and crucible where on the same server as Jira, Confluence and Crowd, I had to add a trusted proxy server ip address in crowd to fix this. I am guessing the bamboo and crucible must be binding with 127.0.0.1
The fix is to set your trusted proxy server in Crowd admin
I suspect that this is related to a local user that I had setup before I created the Crowd AD directory with the same name and / or some sort of case sensitivity issue.
not sure how to resolve yet. I am able to login to bamboo with the same credentials that I used in Jira and Confluence but it doesnt automatically have me authenticated in bamboo.
Expanding my comment into an answer...
Make sure that bamboo is configured to use Crowd via the admin panel, /admin/userManagement.action, and that you also edited the crowd.properties file as directed.
then visit the user management and under the "Operations" column should be a remove/delete link next to the orginal user you made manually via bamboo /admin/user/searchUsers.action
For the second step you may need to temporarily designate a colleaque as an admin and have them remove your old name.
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