[Setup] Re: Plone 3 & Active Directory Login Behavior.
Leon, Juan Carlos
leon at cshl.edu
Mon Nov 5 13:42:21 UTC 2007
Thank you! I will be very much appreciate your help.
I'm checking with the Windows Sys. Admin to see if there are any errors from his end with AD.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: setup-bounces at lists.plone.org [mailto:setup-bounces at lists.plone.org] On
> Behalf Of Eric S. Tyrer II
> Sent: Saturday, November 03, 2007 8:37 PM
> To: setup at lists.plone.org
> Subject: [Setup] Re: Plone 3 & Active Directory Login Behavior.
> We had this problem with our Plone 3.0.2 AD setup.
> I am checking with my colleague on what he exactly did.
> In the meantime, check your AD mappings. Are you getting any errors in
> error log?
> In article <13492390.post at talk.nabble.com>,
> JCL <leon at cshl.edu> wrote:
> > Environment:
> > Red Hat 4.1.2-12
> > Zope 2.10.4-final,
> > python 2.4.4,
> > python-ldap-2.3.1
> > LDAPMultiPlugins-1.5
> > LDAPUserFolder-2.8
> > Plone-3.0.1
> > Problem description:
> > I have Plone 3 running on CentOS5 successfully bind to Active Directory. I
> > can query any AD user, see all its LDAP groups & roles from the ZMI; by
> > default AD users have a Plone Member role. However, users cannot login to
> > the Plone site. No error message. All they see after authenticating is:
> > “Info | Welcome! You are now logged in.” but in reality they are not. The
> > login box still shows up and everything else looks the same as if they were
> > an Anonymous user. I thought it was a cookie issue but all cookies are been
> > set when passing credentials. I tested it in three separate Plone3
> > installations and i get the same issue.
> > Is there some other configuration part on the ZMI that I might be missing? I
> > followed every step from this page:
> > http://plone.org/documentation/how-to/active-directory-authentication
> > Any help will appreciated.
> > Thank you,
> > JCL
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