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From ilya <>
Subject Re: LDAP (Active Directory) password concerns
Date Mon, 01 Aug 2016 06:36:02 GMT
Marty see response in-line

On 7/31/16 11:32 PM, Marty Godsey wrote:
> The password has been changed. If I try to log onto a machine in the domain with the
old password it tells me the password is incorrect. 
correct behavior

If I use the new one, it logs me into the machine.
also correct behavior

There are only three accounts in the ACS instance: admin, bare-metal and
testallow. Testallow is the LDAP account.

not following where the issue might be
> Regards,
> Marty Godsey
> -----Original Message-----
> From: ilya [] 
> Sent: Monday, August 1, 2016 2:29 AM
> To:
> Subject: Re: LDAP (Active Directory) password concerns
> Do you happen to have local account as well as ldap account set?
> It usually follows one authentication method (ldap) followed by another (local). Please
confirm the passwords are different.
> I will be testing ldap this week and will let you know if i see this issue. I've used
it in past, I'd be surprised to see this behavoiur, last i recall, we dont cache - and do
a lookup to LDAP each time user tries to authenticate.. You should see this in the logs..
> Regards,
> ilya
> On 7/31/16 11:01 PM, Marty Godsey wrote:
>> Hello,
>> I have a lab CloudStack that is authenticating to an active directory and it works
great accept one thing. If I change the password on the AD user, ACS still allows the user
to log into the ACS portal with the old AND the new password...
>> Is there a refresh interval for LDAP accounts? Does it store a hash in the ACS database?
Did I miss a setting?
>> Regards,
>> Marty Godsey

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