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Updated March 22, 2017
Active Directory (AD) users cannot log in to LEM when using one of the existing
default groups in AD.
LEM version 6.3.1 and later
When logging to the LEM GUI-console with AD credentials, it is important that the user account in AD does not have "member of" Primary group is different than the group used for LEM administrators (for login).
See the article for configuring the LDAP connection for logging to the LEM console using AD credentials:
To configure LDAP configuration: access LEM through
The optional Admin Group (specified as one of the default AD groups) can specify the Active Directory group that would have admin login to the LEM GUI-console.
On a domain controller:
1. Open Active Directory Users & Computers.
2. Select the user to log in to the LEM console.
3. Right-click and select the "Member Of" tab.
Note the Primary Group, which should not be the same group of users that that are able to log in to the LEM GUI-console.