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LDAP / Active directory

LDAP / Active directory


AD-login OK, but no admin and editing possible any more

Germany

Hello,

i just have installed the latest Tiki version in our net. I created a bunch of topics and trackers as user "user". Then i enabled AD-logon form an Active Directory. Which is also working fine now, i can log in with AD-credentials.

The problem is now that
- i cannot see any trackers or data in trackers any more
- i cannot edit any topics
- i cannotz config anything

because all AD-Users have to limited permissions and, worst of all, my "user" login is not working any more.
I have even reset pwd of user "user" via SQL, but that does not solve my problem.

I think that maybe accidently i have set the authentication process to AD-only instead of AD&Tiki, which would probably explain the problem. And now i#m stuck.

Is there a way to enable Tiki-authentication via cmd-line or SQL?

Thank you for your help

Germany

oh, i think i have set this setting
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Use Tiki authentication for Admin log-in
If this option is set, the user “admin” will be authenticated by only using Tiki’s user database and not via LDAP. This option has no effect on users other than “admin”.
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but i have no user "admin", only a user "user". I have thought that it means admin-users as a group, not a single user name. Because there was no "admin" user by default only a "user" user (which had admin rights), i thought it was just a unclear documentation.

Can i set it back via https://doc.tiki.org/Preferences---Log-in ?


Germany
OK, i solved that problem by creating manually a "admin"-user in Tiki authentication and move it in the admin group. Even i#m confused that a internal mandatory user can get lost at all. Somehow i would expect that a admin user just can't get deleted at all.

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