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Gary Dang (59328451) | asked Jun 03 '08, 10:54 p.m.
My user account was originally created as a local account. It was unfortunate that my enterprise ID was used. After configuring LDAP authentication, I can no longer logon. I tried to move my account into Archived Users list and then import my account from LDAP, but that did not work since there is a user name conflict. Could anyone please suggest how to completely remove the user? Thanks.

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Aaron Cohen (8207751) | answered Jun 04 '08, 1:13 p.m.
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gdang wrote:
My user account was originally created as a local account. It was
unfortunate that my enterprise ID was used. After configuring LDAP
authentication, I can no longer logon. I tried to move my account
into Archived Users list and then import my account from LDAP, but
that did not work since there is a user name conflict. Could anyone
please suggest how to completely remove the user? Thanks.

Are you able to change the User ID of the local user?

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Balaji Krish (1.8k12) | answered Jun 06 '08, 1:52 p.m.
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You were using the enterprise id before switching to LDAP. Why can't you
login using the password stored in your LDAP registry.

I am not sure why you want to remove the user ?

---- Balaji

"gdang" <gary> wrote in message
news:g250bf$vfh$1@localhost.localdomain...
My user account was originally created as a local account. It was
unfortunate that my enterprise ID was used. After configuring LDAP
authentication, I can no longer logon. I tried to move my account
into Archived Users list and then import my account from LDAP, but
that did not work since there is a user name conflict. Could anyone
please suggest how to completely remove the user? Thanks.

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Balaji Krish (1.8k12) | answered Jun 06 '08, 1:53 p.m.
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The authentication is done by the container, WAS or tomcat. Did you
configure the LDAP settings for the container ?

------ Balaji

"Balaji Krish" <balajik> wrote in message
news:g2btgp$ttg$1@localhost.localdomain...
You were using the enterprise id before switching to LDAP. Why can't you
login using the password stored in your LDAP registry.

I am not sure why you want to remove the user ?

---- Balaji

"gdang" <gary> wrote in message
news:g250bf$vfh$1@localhost.localdomain...
My user account was originally created as a local account. It was
unfortunate that my enterprise ID was used. After configuring LDAP
authentication, I can no longer logon. I tried to move my account
into Archived Users list and then import my account from LDAP, but
that did not work since there is a user name conflict. Could anyone
please suggest how to completely remove the user? Thanks.


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