As Admin panel states: 'You cannot edit this directory because you are logged in through it, please log in as a locally authenticating user to edit it.'
How can I do this if I can't even logout (I stay logged in after clicking on 'log out' button) I am always logged in through the domain.
What else can I do ? is this url stored in some file ? I've looked but can't seem to find it.
You should always make sure you have one admin account created in the local directory to make sure you can edit the LDAP User Directory in Confluence
Thanks, that seems to be working because I am getting a login prompt.
I'm still having problem with the logging in though. I've added a local user with admin privileges but when I try logging in I get : 401 - Unauthorized: Access is denied due to invalid credentials.
When I view the user in admin panel I see that the failed login counter is still '0':
Current Failed Login Count: 0
Any ideas ?
Hmm, strange! The only thing that comes to mind is if your local account has the same name as an account in LDAP and that your order of User Directories is:
In this case you are trying to login with the LDAP account (which probably has a different password)
You could either switch the order to have Confluence look in the local directory first (which I think is NOT recommended for some reason) or re-create your local accout to be unique.
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