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The ADWorkingMode users configuration is not supported on this platform.

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The ADWorkingMode users configuration is not supported on this platform. This is the Jenkins error.

Even if we turn off AD (plugin) we still get this plastic error. I tried command line and received the same error. Plastic client version 9.016. Redhat 8.

 

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Hi,

What is the operation you are trying to do? If you are getting this error in the Plastic client, let's forget about Jenkins for now.

Are you getting this error when trying to connect your client with your server? Are you using an onpremises server or cloud? What is your license and your server authentication mode?

Regards,

Carlos.

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Thank you for the reply. On Prem and we have other Redhat 7 running plastic clients without an issue. Once we went to Redhat 8 we see see this error. On the server we run this command line:  --> cm mkwk 123 123 --repository=${repoName}@xxxxxxx:8087  --> Error:  The ADWorkingMode users configuration is not supported on this platform. I do not know our licensing details but we have no restrictions on any other linux or windows boxes doing the exact same call. We configure it with our client credentials. I am trying a few more things. Thank you

 

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Hi,

I think they key is you are using Linux. The ADWorking mode is not supported on Linux. Is your server Windows or Linux? Could you attach your "server.conf" file?

If your server is using AD mode, you may need to configure your client to use LDAP (entering your user and password). You can configure your client with the next command:

clconfigureclient --language=en --workingmode=LDAPWorkingMode --LDAPuser=juan --LDAPpassword=01234 --plasticserver=MYSERVER --plasticserverport=8087

If you are paying customer you can also reach us via support@codicesoftware.com and we will even arrange a meeting if the issue persists.

Regards,

Carlos.

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