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Status Planned for future release
Workspace Db2 Warehouse
Created by Guest
Created on Apr 11, 2019

AD custom group traversing

When configuring custom AD groups in Db2wh, it seems like the product is not traversing the OU entirely.

For example, we use a custom group for the BLUADMINGRP group which is in OU=global,ou=groups,ou=admingroup

and we use a custom group for BLUUSERSGRP which is in OU=global,ou=groups.


When configuring the connection to AD in the GUI, you need to supply Group DN. So we specify: OU=global,ou=groups


The config then fails, stating it cannot find the group: BLUADMINGRP.  This is making us believe in only searches: OU=global,ou=groups and does not go down into: ou=admingroup.

Needed by Date May 31, 2019