Migrating Jira issue for 5.x


I have a big problem ...

I have installed Jira 4.0 on a server and a database(SQLServer2005) in another, this Jira uses this database and this is how it works now.

Now I need to upgrade to Jira 5.x, but tells me I should have at least Jira 4.3.

So ...

1) I installed the Jira4.3 on the server where the previous version. I imported the xml Jira4.0 for my settings.

2) Then I installed 5.x Jira, here I have the option UPGRADING, and has taken all the settings of 4.3.

3) I made ​​the connection to the database by config.bat and the test came out correct.

The problem is I can not to login with any user of Jira my previous database., As he did before.

Someone could tell me I can not enter Jira?
I read something about LDAP settings, but still I have not dared to make changes to that in the osuser.xml

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This is a partial duplicate of https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/64105/how-to-use-my-bd-data-can-t-login-in-jira-4-3 but adds more information.

I'm not sure which thread is better to continue with (so I've not closed either as a "duplicate")

The previous thread, I hope you can help me is very important.

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