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  1. Jenkins
  2. JENKINS-3738

Crowd plugin does not provide the "authenticated" role

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Open (View Workflow)
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Unresolved
    • Component/s: crowd-plugin
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      Description

      Switched from Active Directory Plugin to Crowd Plugin for authentication, and
      found that the "authenticated" role does not work anymore.

      Using Hudson 1.306 and Crowd Integration Plugin 1.0.

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          deepus2000 deepus2000 added a comment -

          I added this patch and uploaded to https://github.com/eHarmony/Hudson-Plugins/tree/master/crowd_plugin/ (In case anybody need that , since its not in the latest version yet)

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          deepus2000 deepus2000 added a comment - I added this patch and uploaded to https://github.com/eHarmony/Hudson-Plugins/tree/master/crowd_plugin/ (In case anybody need that , since its not in the latest version yet)
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          kutsal kutsal added a comment -

          Created an attachment (id=724)
          Here's a patch that adds the "authenticated" group to the user if they don't already have it.

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          kutsal kutsal added a comment - Created an attachment (id=724) Here's a patch that adds the "authenticated" group to the user if they don't already have it.
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          kutsal kutsal added a comment -

          Ah.. Turns out it works if I add a group called "authenticated" and make all Crowd
          users members of that group..

          However, this behavior is undesirable. The plugin itself should provide that
          authority to the authenticated users.

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          kutsal kutsal added a comment - Ah.. Turns out it works if I add a group called "authenticated" and make all Crowd users members of that group.. However, this behavior is undesirable. The plugin itself should provide that authority to the authenticated users.

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            justinedelson justinedelson
            Reporter:
            kutsal kutsal
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