ACS 3.1 on Windows 2000 Active Directory member server
I have installed ACS 3.1 on Windows 2000 member server and I have completed all steps necessary ( at least as documentation says) to integrate it with Active Directory. When I try to login with a user that is not defined locally on ACS instead of checking Active Directory ACS is checking Local Server SAM database. I made sure that Local doamin is not choosen but it keeps doing the same.
I was wondering if anybody tried to do build this configuration and if steps described in the documentation are sufficient?
Appreciate a lot your input or troubleshooting suggestions.
Re: ACS 3.1 on Windows 2000 Active Directory member server
Thank you for such a prompt reply.
The error that I have Says that my user does not have dial-in permission enabled. I have check and re-checked the user has this permission.
What is happening, I have the same user defined on ACS server (Local SAM)and I removed Dial-in permission from him, but the user defined in Active Directory has this permission. So the authentication fails, but as soon as I enable dial-in permission for that "local" user on the ACS server, the authentication passes. But I do not authentication against this local box, I need to authenticate against Active Directory.
I have enabled Level detail Full, but I do not see any errors reported with exception in Failed Authentication Log.
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