During the installation a management user (local admin) is created. This account is used for initial setup and in case of back-end authentication issues which make it impossible to login using LDAP domain accounts because the domain controllers are down or because pre-authentication fails.
If this account has the same username as an account on the domain configured in Awingu, signing in with the domain account will fail. When the username is used, Awingu will recognize it as its management user account and not send an LDAP query to the domain controller.
This management user can not start applications or use drives in Awingu. This account can only be used to change the configuration through System Settings or to view the Dashboard.
- There is a workaround to still be able to login with a domain account (that has the same username as the Awingu Local Admin): one can login by specifying the domain or the User Principle Name (UPN) at the Awingu login page.
- Can't login as Awingu management user (local admin) because of SSO/Pre-Authentication Redirection