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CPPM: When Authentication Source Fails

When the primary server in an authentication source is unreachable is the server marked unavailable for a period of time or polled periodically to determine when it's usable?

When an authentication server is unavailable is this recorded anywhere?  Checked event viewer but couldn't find any mention an unavailable server.

 

Also, it'd be great if the authenticating server was mentioned in the authentication logs so it's evident which server performed the authentication.

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Re: CPPM: When Authentication Source Fails

I believe if you change the logging level of "AD/LDAP" under Policy server to WARN, you will get that information.

adldap-warn.png

 

 

Access tracker shows which server is used:

 

auth-source.png


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