How to check if a Confluence user is local or AD?

I've been trying to work out a way of differentiating between a local Confluence user and one that is added via AD but no getting anywhere.

I need to be able to add different options to the certain user profile pages post login, for example updating passwords and user details - depending on which type of user they are.

Has anyone done something similar?

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Hi Steve,

As far as I know, if you go to the user profile you'll be able to spot if the user comes from a internal directory or a LDAP directory. You can also spot this information from a database query:

SELECT cu.id, cu.user_name, cd.directory_name FROM cwd_user cu
join cwd_directory cd on cu.directory_id = cd.id
where cu.active = 'T';

This query will show you the active users from confluence and from which directory name they come from.

As for scripting, that might be possible with a custom authenticator however it will require some development on the way probably.

Cheers,

Rodrigo

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