Admin user unable to login to user app

The admin user doesn't have the rights to login. I get the error message
"Account restrictions prevent you from logging in. See your
administrator for more details." (please see attached image) 

At the time of the User App installation for JBoss I have designated
him as the administrator.


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Greetings,
    Go look at your user in eDirectory.  Most likely their Intruder Lock-
out has been enabled.

Sincerely,
Steven Williams
exteNd & IDM Senior Specialist
Novell Engineering

On Thu, 03 Sep 2009 20:16:01 +0000, mojo2000 wrote:

> The admin user doesn't have the rights to login. I get the error message
> "Account restrictions prevent you from logging in. See your
> administrator for more details." (please see attached image)
> 
> At the time of the User App installation for JBoss I have designated him
> as the administrator.
> 
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Steven
9/3/2009 8:36:19 PM
I don't see any intruder lockout in eDirectory. Do you think it might
have something to do with password synchronization?

BTW... this is what the JBoss console shows

JAASManager Login failed for user: cn=admin,o=Org1

It is only failing for the admin user. I have created another user and
he can login.


-Mojo


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mojo2000
9/3/2009 9:16:01 PM
On 09/03/2009 04:16 PM, mojo2000 wrote:

> I don't see any intruder lockout in eDirectory. Do you think it might
> have something to do with password synchronization?
> 
> BTW... this is what the JBoss console shows
> 
> JAASManager Login failed for user: cn=admin,o=Org1
> 
> It is only failing for the admin user. I have created another user and
> he can login.
> 
> 
> -Mojo
> 
> 


Are you sure you set the correct password?
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John
9/3/2009 10:04:28 PM
Yes positive. I can use the same password to logon to iManager.


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mojo2000
9/3/2009 10:16:01 PM
On 09/03/2009 05:16 PM, mojo2000 wrote:

> Yes positive. I can use the same password to logon to iManager.
> 
> 


What version of User Application, is this the admin account you provided
during the install and used by the User Application or is this the User
Application administrator?

Are you providing the full DN?
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John
9/3/2009 10:26:54 PM
>What version of User Application,
3.6

> is this the admin account you provided
> during the install and used by the User Application?
Yes 

>or is this the User
>Application administrator?
They are the same

>Are you providing the full DN?
Yes... I have tried every possible combination.

Thanks,
Mojo


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9/3/2009 11:06:02 PM
On 09/03/2009 06:06 PM, mojo2000 wrote:

>> What version of User Application,
> 3.6
> 
>> is this the admin account you provided
>> during the install and used by the User Application?
> Yes 
> 
>> or is this the User
>> Application administrator?
> They are the same
> 
>> Are you providing the full DN?
> Yes... I have tried every possible combination.
> 
> Thanks,
> Mojo
> 
> 


My guess is that the restriction is that this account can only be logged
in once and since the User Application has logged in with the account as
part of its startup then when you try to login through the browser it is
failing.

I would not really recommend using the same account for both, the User
Application administrator account does not need as many rights into
eDirectory as the admin account used by the User Application.
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John
9/3/2009 11:29:05 PM
Hello,

I have the same problem. My UserApp admin cannot connect to UserApp! No
problem connecting to iManager or through LDAP...


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bcarlier
9/11/2009 1:36:01 PM
On 09/11/2009 08:36 AM, bcarlier wrote:

> Hello,
> 
> I have the same problem. My UserApp admin cannot connect to UserApp! No
> problem connecting to iManager or through LDAP...
> 
> 


What errors are you seeing in the server log?

Have you tried using the full DN to login?
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John
9/21/2009 9:46:19 AM
Hi
I have the same error also. I cannot used admin user to logon to
userapplication. I try for both full dn. it doesn't work. But admin user
can logon for both LDAP and iManager.

My Userapplication is 3.5.1, IDM is 3.5.1, eDirectory8.8.5.

Any Idea for this problem? I try for more 3-4 times, and error on Jboss
as same as above error. Well, for another server cannot logon as well.


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4/2/2010 2:46:01 AM
Well, for another user cannot logon as well, correct for previous
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onearth
4/2/2010 2:56:01 AM
On 04/01/2010 09:56 PM, onearth wrote:

> 
> Well, for another user cannot logon as well, correct for previous
> comment.
> 
> 


Any error or warning messages in the server log file at all?

Have you already tried the suggestions mentioned in this thread?

Your not giving us much to go on!
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John
4/2/2010 1:51:18 PM
I'm having something along the same lines occur.  No users are able to
log in via the user application, but can log into iManager without
issue.  I'm seeing: "User cn=uaadmin,ou=sa,o=data has no access rights."
continually in server.log.  I've tried making admin.sa.data the userapp
admin to no avail.  I'm running out of ideas here.  Thanks in advance.


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jeffnotcarl
1/13/2011 10:36:03 PM
On 9/3/2009 4:16 PM, mojo2000 wrote:
>
> The admin user doesn't have the rights to login. I get the error message
> "Account restrictions prevent you from logging in. See your
> administrator for more details." (please see attached image)
>
> At the time of the User App installation for JBoss I have designated
> him as the administrator.
>
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Here is my article submitted to Cool Solutions on one possible cause for 
your issue.  Without trace from when it happened it is kind of hard to 
be certain.


User App roles failing to apply for Administrators:

With the release of Novell's Role Based Provisioning Module (RBPM) 
version 3.7 there was a new driver added, the Roles and Resources 
driver.  This is actually a newer version of the Roles driver that the 
Identity Manager 3.6.1 RBPM module used, but still it is a different driver.

What is also newer in the RBPM 3.7 and RBPM 4.0 since the IDM 4 Roles 
Based Provisioning Module is basically an updated and tweaked RBPM 3.7 
is how much the User Application relies on the Roles and Services 
driver.  Basically the request is made to grant a Role or access to a 
Resource it actually creates an object that has all the request 
information in it.  These are stored in the ReqDef container under the 
AppConfig container, which is stored inside the User Application IDM 
driver.  The IDM driver for User Application is used for a couple of 
things, but one of the main reasons it has to be deployed before you 
start the User Application web application, is that the configuration 
information for the web application is stored and retrieved from the 
AppConfig container, which is created inside the Driver object. 
Basically at the simplest level, you need somewhere to put the 
information, and by deciding to store it in the driver object and 
requiring the driver object to be created, you solve the chicken and egg 
problem for getting started.  This decides it is the Egg that must be 
created first, then the chicken will read it and populate it with 
information.  Ok that metaphor was a bit strained, but you get the idea.

The Roles and Services driver events on this object create (and I think 
polls periodically as well) and tries to process the Role or Resource 
request as it receives them.  I know it polls for certain events, 
because you can put a begin and end date on a Request, and therefore 
every heartbeat or so, the driver will go looking for any Requests that 
have either become valid or expired since the last poll and process 
them.  What I do not know is if it will catch an unprocessed request at 
that point.  I suppose if the start date is in the past and it is 
unprocessed the query ought to find it, just like it would be if the 
driver had been turned off for a while.

In fact even the Roles that define access to the User Application roles 
themselves are granted this way.  What that means is, during 
configupdate.sh, you can assign all the Roles to one user (by specifying 
the same LDAP DN of the user for all the different security roles that 
are listed) or you can choose individual users.

The Roles are:
       Compliance Administrator
       Provisioning Administrator
       RBPM Configuration Administrator
       Resource Administrator
       Roles Administrator
       Security Administrator

IDM 4 has a Reporting Administrator as well and possibly one more Role.

As it turns out, there are a couple of cases where you need to be two 
Roles at least to do something, and if you do not have any single user 
with both of those Roles it is a pain to fix that, without a single user 
having sufficient rights.  If you wanted to grant the Resource Role to 
someone else you need to go in as a Role Administrator grant the Role 
Admin right to a Resource Admin then that Resource Admin (who is also a 
Role Admin) can now grant the Resource role to someone else.  Very 
annoying the first time, but once you have a couple of users set up it 
is not a problem.  Additionally the Roles Mapping Administrator utility 
in IDM 4 runs through the User Application's security model, and 
therefore requires that any one using it have Roles and Resources 
Administrator rights before they can do much of anything in it.  This 
makes some kind of sense since they will be defining Resources or Roles 
in the process of using the RMA tool.

Interestingly enough, the Role requests are not issued when you would 
expect.  It is not the first time you start Jboss, nor the first time 
you login to the User Application.  Rather the Role Requests are issued 
the first time a web browser requests the JBoss server to display any of 
the User Application user interface (like the login page) which requires 
JBoss to unpack and instantiate the IDMProv.war file.  This is the key 
event.  Which is somewhat surprising to me, I would have expected either 
of the two times I suggested at the beginning of this paragraph. 
Different strokes for different folks I guess.

Granting all the rights to one user or each right to a separate user is 
usually just an issue at first, so I now take to following John 
DaSilva's advice and make your User App Admin user the Domain 
administrator for all the various things, then later grant the specific 
rights to specific users.  It just makes things much easier across the 
board.

As it turns out the User Application Administrator account is stored in 
the User Application database, and the first one granted cannot be 
deleted, though additional ones can be added.  This is NOT processed via 
the Roles model, but is rather set via configupdate.sh.

These two sets of rights, the User Application Administrator, and a 
bunch of domain administrators Roles (7 or more) and they are 
independent and annoying to fix if you are missing any.

There is a very common case where the Roles you set up in 
configupdate.sh are just plain not set.  There are actually a couple of 
issues that work together to cause this problem, and of course they can 
be a problem independent of each, which just makes it even better.

There are two main root causes:

	1) Not enough memory when you first run UA in Jboss (start-jboss.sh) 
causes it to die midway through issuing roles.

	2) Designer bug with the first GCV of type DN not working.  Check the 
Roles and Services Driver, driver config, for the User container.  It 
probably has the User App DN not the ou=users,dc=test,dc=com
	
For whatever reason, the JBoss installation that comes with Novell 
Identity Manager, defaults (or did default) to use 256 MB of Java heap. 
  In theory this used to be enough, but with the RBPM module my 
experience is that most times, on startup of the User Application it 
will run out of memory midway through issuing the security roles.  This 
is a lousy situation to be in, since they are issued, but not 
completely, leaving to bizarre results.  I have a trace from the server 
of this happening, and was lucky I caught it, otherwise I would have had 
no clue why some stuff was working and others were not.

The server.log from your JBoss will show a long series of events 
something like this one, as it issues the Role Request.

2010-09-16 12:31:21,761 INFO 
[com.novell.idm.nrf.service.RoleManagerService] (http-0.0.0.0-8080-2) 
[Role_Request] Requested by cn=admin,ou=admins,o=acme,dc=com, Target DN: 
cn=securityadmin,ou=Security,ou=admins,o=acme,dc=com, Source 
DN:cn=secAdmin,cn=System,cn=Level20,cn=RoleDefs,cn=RoleConfig,cn=AppConfig,cn=User 
Application,cn=IDM,ou=Drivers,o=acme,dc=com, Request 
DN:cn=20100916123121-e080d05cee9f4df3801bb878e315a402-0,cn=Requests,cn=RoleConfig,cn=AppConfig,cn=User 
Application,cn=IDM,ou=Drivers,o=acme,dc=com, Request Category: 10, 
Request Status: 0, Original Request Status: 0, Correlation ID: 
5443c88adc2642a38417434a6c6a73d3

You can see a number of things from this request, and it is worth 
picking apart to better understand.  It is tagged [Role_Request] which 
makes it easier to find in trace.  (Which is why I paste it into this 
article so the Google cache will be able to find that string!) Note the 
requestor is there, the target objects DN (who is getting the Role) is 
listed, the Role DN is listed as the Source DN for some reason, which 
you can see is buried in the AppConfig container under the User 
Application driver container.

What is more interesting to me, is you can see the Request DN, that is 
the object that holds the request so you can go look at it.  You will 
see dozens of these requests generated the first time.  If you do not 
have enough Java heap for JBoss then it will die midway through the process.

The second error is even stranger.  I have seen other people report it, 
but none of us seem able to reliably reproduce it to get Novell to fix 
it.  If you have a way to reproduce it report it.  Anyway, there seems 
to be something wrong with how the Designer history for DN configuration 
attributes works.  It seems to only affect the first item on each page 
in Designer (and not all of them, which is so frustrating!)  I have seen 
it with Global Configuration Variables (GCV) before, and this time it is 
on the Driver Configuration page.  The first item on the page is the 
User Container. This should be something like ou=Users,o=idv, and you 
probably even typed it!  However Designer for some reason decided to set 
it to the value of the User Application drivers DN.  If you start typing 
in the field you will see it jumps to some somewhat strange values in 
the history buffer and won't accept much else.

When it is a GCV, what I usually do is change the GCV type from DN to 
string, and just type the right value.  When it is a Driver 
Configuration value, you are not supposed to directly edit them, but the 
good news is you can click on the Edit XML button and just edit the 
underlying XML.  Change the type='dn' to type='string' and you should be 
fine after that.

It is quite annoying, and trivial to fix, once you know it is about to 
happen.  I wish I could force it to happen on demand, so I could report 
it to get fixed.

The reason this matters, is that the Roles and Services driver will see 
the Role requests issued, if you had just fixed the first problem, look 
at the Target DN, say, oh that user object is not in the User 
Application driver container (the nonsense value Designer has 
erroneously added to the value) and declare it out of scope.  So the 
rights get requested, and then ignored.  By fixing this setting you can 
then get the Roles and Services driver to work and process such requests.

Now once you fix these two issues, you are still goofed up, since the 
User Application only ever happens at the first time the WAR is 
unpacked.  This is somewhere a button in the User Application to do it 
would be helpful, and once you read the steps you need to take to fix 
it, you will see why I say that!

The steps are all documented in the docs, (Section 2.13 of the User App 
Admin guides):

For IDM 4 (which is the same exact approach as in RBPM 3.7) check this 
link:

http://www.novell.com/documentation/idm40/agpro/data/bncio25.html

You need to find the Configuration object, that is in the AppDefs 
container, under the AppConfig container, which is where the User 
Application configuration information is stored inside the User App 
Driver object.  The docs describe it as:

%DriverSet% -> %userApplication Driver% -> AppConfig -> AppDefs -> 
Configuration.

You need to look at the XMLData attribute, which is a very long XML blob 
of data, and look for the entry:

<property>
         <key>com.novell.idm.security.domain-admin.initialized</key>
         <value>20090831124642Z</value>
</property>

Then you need to delete this node of data.  This is what tells the User 
Application that it has issued the first rights grants, and what is 
preventing it from doing it again.  Not the entire XMLData attribute, 
just the one small nodeset within it.  I have used Console1 and an LDAP 
browser to do this.  Both work, and iManager should work as well.  It is 
usually easier to copy the entire text into a real text editor, find the 
node, delete it (from <property> to </property>) and then paste the text 
back in.  But whatever way you want to approach it should work.

Now the docs say you need to have JBoss stopped, the driver stopped, 
wave a chicken over your head.  But in my experience it is sufficient to 
just restart JBoss after doing this change.

Next time you hit the WAR file with a web browser after a JBoss start, 
and the WAR unpacks itself, it will issue the roles again.  Then you 
should be able to login as one of the users you assigned and see the 
appropriate set of Roles.

This is one of those really annoying things to fix, as until you update 
the Configuration object's XMLData attribute by remove the 
domain-admin.initialized setting, no matter what you do in 
configupdate.sh will not make a smidgen of a difference.  Personally I 
think, if the data in configupdate.sh is changed, then the User 
Application should reinitialize the roles again by default to save all 
the pain of this process.
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Geoffrey
1/13/2011 10:47:05 PM
Geoff,

WOW! It's gotten stranger...

I just discovered something very odd.  If I create an ou, and create a
user therein, I'm able to log into the User App without issue. BUT, upon
assigning a password policy to the ou, any user created thereafter
cannot log in.  I've even tried un-assigning the password policy, to no
avail.  I'm a bit flummoxed here.  Any ideas?

Thanks,
Carl


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Black Friday is finally here! Wait, no, it's only Wednesday... so why are Black Friday 2015 sales live all across the internet? Retailers are ...

China Is Likely To Be More Receptive To Obama's Climate Change Goals Than Ted Cruz Is
The 2015 United Nations Climate Change Conference starts next week, November 30 in Paris and will go through December 11. Most world leaders, ...

Rare 'Star Wars' collectibles are up for auction from quirky Japanese fashion designer
You probably haven't heard of Nigo, the Japanese designer behind clothing lines like A Bathing Ape and Billionaire Boys Club, and a frequent ...

Donald Trump-inspired tips for talking about Donald Trump this Thanksgiving
Happy Trumpsgiving , America! The holidays are upon us, which means many Americans are about to spend a lot of time with their families. Whether ...

Former CIA director warns against sending ground troops to Syria
Petraeus urged against keeping American boots on the ground as "not sustainable."

Adele covers People Mag, smashes records & performs ‘Hello’ with The Roots
HELLO FROM THE OTHER SIDE!!!!!!! For this year’s holiday, I’d like to give thanks for Adele. It’s remarkable in this day and age when an old-fashioned ...

Jeff Bezos is proud of his rocket, Elon Musk not impressed
Amazon Founder and CEO Jeff Bezos saw his private spaceflight company, Blue Origin, hit a major milestone today by launching and landing its ...

‘The Man in the High Castle’ Furore Shows Power Of History
It was hardly the most subtle advertising campaign ever launched. But although the Nazi-inspired imagery plastered on New York subway trains ...

10 kilograms of explosives used in Tunisia attack
TUNIS, Tunisia (AP) — Tunisian authorities said Wednesday they have discovered a 13th body in the bus attacked in central Tunis. The body is ...

‘Fantastic Four’ Honest Trailer: A Movie About the Making of This Movie Would Be Better
One of the year’s biggest disappointments, not just for audiences but for 20th Century Fox, was the reboot of Fantastic Four from director Josh ...

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