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    Question Moodle 2.2 - LDAP Auth Course Creators

    Maybe someone can help me here before I totally loose my rag with Moodle.

    Has anything changed with the way Moodle 2.2 assigns course creator permissions using ldap authentication from Moodle 1.9? I am trying to set up ldap auth to give a certain AD group course creator permissions - this has always worked for us in 1.9, but it just won't work in Moodle 2.2!

    I have checked and triple checked the setting, copied it from the ldap settings page in 1.9 and it still doesn't work.

    My group is located here CN=CourseCreators,CN=Users,DC=school,DC=local so that is what I put in the course creators setting. My users are in many sub OU's within OU=Staff,DC=school,DC=local.

    These settings should work - I am not going crazy for no reason am I?

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    I have just setup our Moodle with LDAP working.

    Do you have a bind account details saved in there?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danp View Post
    I have just setup our Moodle with LDAP working.

    Do you have a bind account details saved in there?
    Yep - everything is saved in the settings that needs to be.

    I copied every setting from our 1.9.x install (which works), but this 2.2.x one doesn't work! I can't work it out for the life in me.

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    This is mine bind account

    cn=myusername,OU=System Administrators,OU=School,OU=Establishments,DC=curr ic,DC=internal

    User Lookup settings

    User Type
    MS ActiveDirectory

    Contexts
    OU=School,OU=Establishments,DC=curric,DC=internal

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    Quote Originally Posted by Danp View Post
    This is mine bind account

    cn=myusername,OU=System Administrators,OU=School,OU=Establishments,DC=curr ic,DC=internal

    User Lookup settings

    User Type
    MS ActiveDirectory

    Contexts
    OU=School,OU=Establishments,DC=curric,DC=internal
    Those are pretty much identical to ours.

    I just don't get it!

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