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Is there an external security provider created? The reason I ask is, if so, could be that the user is failing the primary security provider test and hitting an external security provider, failing that test. Then that message would make sense.
Another thought is, someone could have created a Security Group and set that to point to an external group. Look for something like that.This message has been edited. Last edited by: Don Garland,
That, "someone runs a ludicrous query. It chews up so many resources that is compromises other connections." may be the root cause of our issue. We did the "basic test against the DB in the configured adapters." and it looked good. But, then we did that again, changed to password and verified that, followed by a "Save" and it worked.
The Bottom Line: We're up and running... Case Closed...
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