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2017-04-17 20:17:18 -0500 asked a question Create group in non-default domain, enable group updates

When in the dashboard, if I login with an administrative user in the default domain I can click on the identity -> group tab and create a group. However, when I login with an administrative user using a different domain(integrated with AD) it does not allow me to.

The openstack admin guide states " The Identity service server might not allow all operations. For example, if you use the Identity server with the LDAP Identity back end and group updates are disabled, a request to create, delete, or update a group fails."

I have tried changing the policy.json file as well as adding group_allow_create = true, group_allow_update = true, group_allow_delete = true within the keystone file.

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2017-04-05 23:32:01 -0500 asked a question How to create groups in a different domain?

I integrated Active Directory with Openstack(newton). I can create a group in the default domain. However, when I log into the dashboard under my different domain it doesn't allow me to create a group. I have went into the keystone configuration file for my domain and added group_allow_create = true group_allow_update = true group_allow_delete = true

I have also went into the policy.json file and allowed anyone to be able to create update and delete groups.

2017-04-05 23:32:00 -0500 asked a question input username and password as userdata on windows instance

The way it is setup right now, a windows instance is automatically logged in. When spawning a windows instance I want to be able to input userdata and have to log in with the credential indicated in the userdata