I am trying to run an API-call from postman to my flex-appliance using an AD user . I am getting an error as below:
However, When i am trying to login to the flex-appliance using the same AD username and password then i am able to do so.
At the same time , I am able to run the API call to my flex-appliance using a local user created on flex-appliance.
How can i run the same API call with my AD authenticated user also ?
Do you have an link to the API documentation?
I don’t know anything about your environment, but I would try the SamAccountName and perhaps the email address as the username (instead of the AD username field).
EDIT: Just noticed that you have the request as raw\Text instead of raw\JSON, which would be the first thing to try.
Thanks for your reply. I sorted out the issue and its now working from me.
I was using AD\ But when i made the API-request to pull all the user details from local user then i noticed that the AD username appeared in the response as AD\.
I tried with AD\ and it worked.
Thanks for reply though . Have a good day !!
Yes, domain\username is how some of our (older) apps work as well.
Nearly everything now is the email address, and most are now using Azure for authentication.
Glad you’ve got it working.
I already tried with the full email-address like email@example.com earlier but it did not work. This is why i posted my query as a help-seeker here and i am glad to notice that we actually have some help available here
I was using doamin\username (single bacslash after domain)
but the issue got fixed when i started using domain\username
(Double backslash after domain)
I don’t know why double backslash is not getting visible here . Strange !!
Double back slash. Fair play, as I’ve never seen that before.
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