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  2. JENKINS-13674

AD Auth with Matrix authentication now requires LDAP name rather than username

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      As of active-directory 1.27, the system resolves the full LDAP name for the user, and apparently attempts to use this rather than the username for comparison in matrix based authentication. This is a pain, since it's much easier and more consistent to use usernames for rights management (plus that's how it used to work).

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          salvojo John Salvo added a comment -
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          salvojo John Salvo added a comment - This is a duplicate of: https://issues.jenkins-ci.org/browse/JENKINS-13650
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          zoufala Andreas Zoufal added a comment -

          I'm sorry but I cannot get it to work. After updating to 1.27 I can login with my usual username, but I don't have the right to manage jenkins, I'm just a viewer now. There is something what has changed.
          I had to restore the old version manually (I hope I did everything right), in ${JENKINS_HOME}/plugins I had to copy active-directory.bak over active-directory.jpi. Now I works again with the old version.

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          zoufala Andreas Zoufal added a comment - I'm sorry but I cannot get it to work. After updating to 1.27 I can login with my usual username, but I don't have the right to manage jenkins, I'm just a viewer now. There is something what has changed. I had to restore the old version manually (I hope I did everything right), in ${JENKINS_HOME}/plugins I had to copy active-directory.bak over active-directory.jpi. Now I works again with the old version.
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          algorhythm99 Jason Wooster added a comment -

          Usernames in the authentication matrix DO work.
          However it is case-sensitive and must match the user's sAMAccountName casing in AD.

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          algorhythm99 Jason Wooster added a comment - Usernames in the authentication matrix DO work. However it is case-sensitive and must match the user's sAMAccountName casing in AD.

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            kstarling Keith Starling
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