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    Default Zimbra local users can NOT login after athentication was added to Active Directory

    Hi ALL,

    We want to add zimbra to Active Directory for authentication. I added it. Successful. So I created a few Active Directory users in zimbra server. Login to those users were successful in Zimbra server ( i.e - Adding zimbra to Active Directory for authentication was OK ).

    But, We can NOT login to Zimbra server users. But, We can Login to admin account.

    Why is that? How to solve this issue?


    How to active internal authentication too?

    While configuring, there are options, internal, External etc...

    I am using zimbra 7.2 Open source editon..

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    Is your Global Address List (GAL, found under Domains) set to both, or external only?

    This topic might help: Active Directory integration

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    you need to run this command

    Code:
    zmprov modifyDomain <your domain> zimbraAuthFallBackToLocal TRUE

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    you need to run this command

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    zmprov modifyDomain <your domain> zimbraAuthFallBackToLocal TRUE

    Thanks a lot. I will let you know.

    @ the same time, I have another headache.


    when zimbra mailbox users login with Active Directory authentications, Is there a way for zimbra mailbox users to change their passwords ?

    Zimbra webmail gives an option to change user's own password, If changed, it happens locally. Can that data send to Active Directory Sever?

    Any ideas for zimbra mailbox users to change passwords while their authentication is going on with Active Directory ?

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    I don't know of any way for AD passwords to be changed via Zimbra. We remove the "Change Password" for the COS of any users in our central authentication server.
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    Quote Originally Posted by chauvetp View Post
    I don't know of any way for AD passwords to be changed via Zimbra. We remove the "Change Password" for the COS of any users in our central authentication server.

    Below command can do it

    zmprov md exampledomain.com zimbraChangePasswordURL http://www.mysite.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by bdial View Post
    you need to run this command

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    zmprov modifyDomain <your domain> zimbraAuthFallBackToLocal TRUE

    Hmm, Yeah, It worked perfectly.

    Thanks a LOT. You recovered my headache

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