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  1. Our organization uses LDAP to authenticate people to PlasticSCM. For our CI/CD servers, I have been looking into using a separate user. Ideally I would like it to be a user local to the PlasticSCM server rather than one from LDAP; since we use a Directory-as-a-Service provider for our LDAP configuration, each new user has an additional cost, so I'd like to not incur that cost if possible. I suspect that one cannot mix authentication modes as I've described, but I would like confirmation either way on this. Thanks for the help!
  2. Hi, I have installed PlasticSCM on my Fedora server. I installed it with the root user. I chose Username & Password as Authentication-Mode. If I now want to create a user via the Web-Admin user interface, the following error message appears: Access to the path "/opt/plasticscm5/server/users.conf" is denied. Picture in attachment. I'm assuming that the users.conf permissions are not set correctly, maybe not even the whole folder. Many thanks in advance. Best regards, Laurence Trippen
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