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Users cannot add group data

I have obtained the user through LDAP and the group data in the ad domain at the same time.However, I found that users cannot be added to the groups created in the "confluence".The LDAP access method is read-only.Is it because something is wrong when I configure LDAP? So I can't add users to the group?

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Aug 07, 2021

Hi @Li Guoqiang welcome  to the community!


Your assumption is correct, if you have a read-only LDAP connection you won't add users LDAP to local groups. 

However, you can create the same group in LDAP and add users there. Confluence will identify them as the same group to grant permissions for group members. 



Thank you very much for your reply. The problem has been solved.

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