First, Hope you are doing well in these troubled times, being safe at home with your close ones.
We are working from home as well and trying to keep as safe as possible.
I’d like to ask for you guys to comment on this when you get a chance:
This specific issue is something that has been happening to us from time to time, even before we started to work from home actually.
We’re running Continua CI Server 188.8.131.526
For some time now (with previous versions as well) we sometimes experiences issues logging into the Web UI:
No authorized Continua account was found for your windows account. If you should have access to Continua, see your administrator
I’ve had this issue myself and the only thing that seems to be resolving it is if we clear the site’s cookies completely in chrome, close it and re-open.
But then it will happen again the next day, I’d find myself redirected to /account/unauthorisedldapaccess with this error and have to clear cookies again to login.
The only way I resolved it for what seems to be more than 5 days now, is:
Once I logged in successfully, i’d logout, and then login again, now using the Web-UI login form instead of the windows pop up authentication method,
Only after doing that, my session holds for 5+ days now.
Alas, I still have at least 1 user that is reporting he can’t login at all
He’s getting redirected again and again to /account/unauthorisedldapaccess no matter what he does, using incognito sessions and normal sessions with cookie clearing and the works - and still gets redirected and is unable to login (using chrome at least, he WAS able to login with internet explorer)
I see nothing relevant in CCI’s event viewer.
We’re working with Windows Server 2008 r2 with AD 6.1.7601.17514
(Connecting from Windows 10 on latest Chrome)
The authentication method we’ve selected during CCI installation was mixed, all the users that are setup are LDAP though; including the 1 user still reporting the problem.
Can you guys think of any reason anything like this could happen?