Snapin Reports: Not showing Windows domain users

Topics: MMC SnapIn
Jun 14, 2011 at 2:59 PM
Edited Jun 14, 2011 at 3:06 PM

Hello

We are updating our software to use the Authorisations created in the Snapin (3.6.0.8) which all works fine. However, we are unable to generate effective permission reports containing the Windows Domain users that are set up within the Authorisation Manager. DB Users show as normal.

In stepping through the code in Print Item in ptEffectivePermisions, creating a new instance of the WIndowsIdentity using the userupn is generating a Security Exception - Invalid Operation.

This is running on an XP pc. Running the Snapin from a Windows 7 pc correctly generates the reports.

Apart from upgrading to Windows 7 :) , do you have any suggestions?

*EDIT, X86 throughout and SQL 2008.

Thanks

Andy

 

Jun 15, 2011 at 8:52 AM

Look at this thread:

http://netsqlazman.codeplex.com/discussions/221464?ProjectName=netsqlazman

Windows XP does not support Kerberos Protocol Transition.

Windows Vista/2003 or greater is the minimal requirement.

Regards,

Andrea.

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Andrea Ferendeles
NetSqlAzMan Project Coordinator
E-mail aferende@hotmail.com Web http://netsqlazman.codeplex.com

Da: AndyBorzi [email removed]
Inviato: martedì 14 giugno 2011 15:59
A: Andrea Ferendeles
Oggetto: Snapin Reports: Not showing Windows domain users [netsqlazman:261327]

From: AndyBorzi

Hello

We are updating our software to use the Authorisations created in the Snapin (3.6.0.8) which all works fine. However, we are unable to generate effective permission reports containing the Windows Domain users that are set up within the Authorisation Manager. DB Users show as normal.

In stepping through the code in Print Item in ptEffectivePermisions, creating a new instance of the WIndowsIdentity using the userupn is generating a Security Exception - Invalid Operation.

This is running on an XP pc. Running the Snapin from a Windows 7 pc correctly generates the reports.

Apart from upgrading to Windows 7 :) , do you have any suggestions?

Thanks

Andy