Not sure why network administrators do such a variation of ou users, but it
seems to be quite common. I'll appreciate if that feature would be
On Tuesday, February 25, 2014 6:51:24 AM UTC-6, Stephen Gallagher wrote:
> On 02/24/2014 08:51 PM, Tamer Afify wrote:
> > Thanks Christian & Stephen for fixing this. It really made me hit my
> > head for a while.
> > My corporate un-organized ldap directory shows that my reviewboard users
> > are scattered under different OUs. How can I configure authentication to
> > allow all my users to login?
> > i.e. one user is
> > cn=ford,ou=company Users,ou=location,dc=domain1,dc=domain2
> > while another is
> > cn=tesla,ou=Users,ou=location,dc=domain1,dc=domain2
> > currently I set my LDAP Base DN: to tesla user OU and if any user from
> > Ford OU login I get the following warning in reviewboards.log and fails
> > to login
> > WARNING - - LDAP error: The specified object does not exist in the
> > Directory: sAMAccountName=ford
> > Also it would be great if you document for us what should be in
> > Anonymous User Mask/Password?
> > I appreciate your support and can't wait to read your reply
> That's a specific issue I fixed with the new patches. It sounds like we
> may want to backport that for the 1.7.x series.
> Christian, is that a patch you'd be willing to accept? I know 1.7.x is
> kind of winding down now.
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