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Active directory Onboard Administrator Blade Class C

 
Paolo Bellingeri
Occasional Visitor

Active directory Onboard Administrator Blade Class C

I have a problem with active directory 2003 authentication.
When i try to login with username, or domain\username or with upn the login is refused.

Apr 24 15:27:41 LDAP: authentication failure; 0?^T*0?^T* for authenticate_user service, not a member of any configured group
Apr 24 15:27:41 OA: Authentication failure for user LDAP prova1 from 192.168.33.1, requesting authenticate_user
Apr 24 15:27:43 OA: Failed login attempt with user prova1 from 192.168.33.1


When i try to login width the full dn then login work but i have an error on system log

Apr 24 15:30:15 OA: LDAP cn=prova1,cn=users,dc=mc,dc=local logged into the Onboard Administrator
Apr 24 15:30:15 OA: Failed login attempt with user cn=prova1,cn=users,dc=mc,dc=local from 192.168.33.1

Thanks
Paolo

2 REPLIES
Oleg Koroz
Honored Contributor

Re: Active directory Onboard Administrator Blade Class C

Iâ m not sure, if this thread has any good info for you
http://forums1.itrc.hp.com/service/forums/questionanswer.do?threadId=1113481
Todd Schelin
Valued Contributor

Re: Active directory Onboard Administrator Blade Class C

You could also use the HP Lights-out migration utility to see if that helps out. The utility makes it easy when integrating into different LDAP directories. I would go through the GUI portion to make sure you are setup properly as it will tell you if the device is accessible etc.