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Can you give few more details?

1) Are you using ADMIN token from config file? If so can you try with proper token instead of ADMIN token from conf file 2) Which client are you using?

Can you give few more details?

1) Are you using ADMIN token from config file?  If so can you try with proper token instead of ADMIN token from conf file
file. 
2) Which client are you using?using?

Update 1: I believe keystone checks who can update the domain. (i.e) domain_id of the caller. If you use ADMIN token, keystone won't be getting domain_id of the caller. Since ADMIN token doesn't refer to any user

Can you give few more details?

1) Are you using ADMIN token from config file?  If so can you try with proper token instead of ADMIN token from conf file. 
2) Which client are you using?

Update 1: 1:

I believe keystone checks who can update the domain. (i.e) domain_id of the caller. If you use ADMIN token, keystone won't be getting domain_id of the caller. Since ADMIN token doesn't refer to any user

Can you give few more details?

1) Are you using ADMIN token from config file?  If so can you try with proper token instead of ADMIN token from conf file. 
2) Which client are you using?

Update 1:

I believe keystone checks who can update the domain. (i.e) domain_id of the caller. If you use ADMIN token, keystone won't be getting domain_id of the caller. caller, Since since ADMIN token doesn't refer to any user