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Hi Kevin,we would like to implement your package in an AD-Environment for a client of us.The client asks (correctly) which rights does the AD User you use in the package needs to have?Is a "normal" domain-User OK or does he has to have admin priviliges? Because adding a user is a complex procedure at this client ;-) it would be nice to define this precisely...
And my second question: The name of the "allowed roles" defined in web.config have to compare with the group defined in the AD, right?The second question can be figured out by ourself, no prob. But can you please answer the first one?Thanks for answering and the great package!Thomas
The account only needs normal access to the ad it just searches the AD and then does a logo with the credentials passed by the user
Yes the group names in the web.config match the group names in the AD. This is only in to stop the provider listing every single group in the permissions dialogue.
Thanks Kevin for the fast Answer!!Thomas
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