My Confluence instance has a LDAP user directory configured. The service account used for this is not what I want and I would like to change it. The problem I am running into is:
I cannot, by design, use an account that is drawn from the LDAP directory, on the (logical grounds) that I could lock myself out. Fair enough; I need a user account with the appropriate system administrator level of access that is not an LDAP user.
The problem is, I cannot create a user account specific to Confluence. An attempt to use the "Add User" interface in Confluence Admin never completes. The "Create" button just does nothing, no report, no failure notice....zip.
I am not sure what log I ought to look at to begin troubleshooting this, but it occurs to me there might be a directory issue that is causing this problem.
It should be possible to add a user to Confluence's internal directory - you might be running into a bug or a configuration issue.
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