I'm running Confluence with Crowd in an SSO configuration, and I cannot login to a user that I created in the Confluence internal directory.
The internal directory is listed first in the directory order, and I've confirmed that the user was created in the internal directory. When I try to login, the UI says the username/password is invalid, but the logs say:
WARN [atlassian.seraph.auth.DefaultAuthenticator] login login : 'internaluser' tried to login but they do not have USE permission or weren't found. Deleting remember me cookie.
I have verified that this user is a member of both the confluence-user (doesn't this enable USE?) and confluence-admin groups.
I'm running Confluence 4.2 and Crowd 2.4.
How do I fix this?
But then it's not possible to edit any properties of the Crowd directory since it's in-use by your active login account.
I want to keep a local admin directory in the internal directory which I can then use to edit the Crowd directory settings.
Is the solution to switch out the SSO authenticator with the default one whenever I need to use the internal directory?
Here it is, on this page
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