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  2. JENKINS-34926

Vsphere Cloud Plugin/Windows Slaves Plugin does not accept NT/LDAP credentials

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      We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin thru the Local Admin Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to authenticate to slave machines using the plugin. Can we authenticate using NT/LDAP accounts?

      _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
      To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

      (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_

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          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy created issue -
          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy made changes -
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          Description We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Services Plugin is not allowing us to login to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to login to slave machines. Can we login using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not allowing us to login to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to login to slave machines. Can we login using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy made changes -
          Description We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not allowing us to login to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to login to slave machines. Can we login using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to login to slave machines. Can we login using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy made changes -
          Description We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to login to slave machines. Can we login using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to authenticate to slave machines using the plugin. Can we authenticate using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy made changes -
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          aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy made changes -
          Description We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin using Local System Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to authenticate to slave machines using the plugin. Can we authenticate using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          We have a bunch of slave services connected to the master using the Vsphere Cloud/Windows services plugin thru the Local Admin Users. However the Windows Slaves Plugin is not authenticating in to slave machines using NT/LDAP accounts as administrators for bringing up the service. Though the field help tip indicates domain usage, we have not been able to use LDAP/NT accounts to authenticate to slave machines using the plugin. Can we authenticate using NT/LDAP accounts?

          _ Provide the name of the Windows user who has the administrative access on this computer, such as 'Administrator'. This information is necessary to start a process remotely.
          To specify a domain user, enter values like 'DOMAIN\Administrator'.

          (from Windows Slaves Plugin)_
          rtyler R. Tyler Croy made changes -
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            kohsuke Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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            aroonseenamurthy Arun Srinivasa-Murthy
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