LDAP Admin has no privileges



  • Hello everybody,

    Exact the same problem here. Did all mentioned as above but still get the same message. When I test the users in the diagnostics section all is working.

    Maybe I do something wrong with extended query? Wondering also if I should do something with Group Naming Attribute?

    Any thougts?

    Regards Herman



  • You need to have a group name that matches the group assigned in LDAP manually added to your pfSense router.
    So if your user is a member of "Router Admins" you need to create that same group locally on pfSense and assign it global admin privileges, since pfSense can't read those specific permissions from the LDAP schema.

    Are you using OpenLDAP, or Active Directory?


 

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