I have a Win2012R2 DC and Rundeck on CentOS7
I've followed a number of guides for setting up the AD connection for group /user AUTH and nothing seems to work ,while various guides have wildly varying settings

in comparison, Jenkins AD plugin connected within 1 minute

I'm pretty stumped,any help would be appreciated

  • Do you really think we can help without seing any configuration setting nor error message from rundeck and without rundeck version ? You shouldn't count on people divination skills. – Tensibai Feb 26 '18 at 12:50
  • please note im not asking to debug my setup. im asking for somebody who has actually done this and can point out a working guide. i have no idea which part of the chain i currently set up fails, so which part of the logs would i even provide? – Saar Grin Feb 26 '18 at 13:58
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    I've one working and it's a simple ldap bind as documented in rundeck's official documentation. For the log, rundeck service log when an authentication fail... – Tensibai Feb 26 '18 at 14:38
  • do you mind sharing your jaas-ldap (scrubbed of course)? currently my setup fails with "incorrect user" error some examples have bindDn as bla@bla.com and some as FQDN style cn=bla,dc=bla,dc=com style this is just one of the variables that im not sure how to root-cause – Saar Grin Feb 26 '18 at 15:38
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    I'm not the one asking, share yours, share error logs with minimal redaction. I've one setup with ldap bind, and one with pbisopen to make the box member of activedirectory and then using pam module in rundeck. The bindDn must be in ldap format, ie.: cn=bla..., things like user@realm are kerberos login and have few chance to work in standard ldap binding., you may need to use global catalog port (3268) for users to log in if they are not in the same OU in ad. – Tensibai Feb 26 '18 at 16:56

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