How does authentication inheritance work?

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How does authentication inheritance work?

Post by velis » Wed Aug 05, 2015 7:22 am

I was having major issues with CHAP authentication:

My MS Windows 10 iSCSI initiator kept logging in with Guest account.
Any change to other users was refused.
Once I removed the Guest account altogether, I could no longer login to server.
Only after I unchecked "Inherit security roles from global settings" in the target properties, was I able to log in as the user I wanted.

So, how do I set "global settings" CHAP authentication?

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Re: How does authentication inheritance work?

Post by Olivia (staff) » Wed Sep 16, 2015 2:30 am

Inherit from global is some different, maybe you have create user for CHAP authorization, however, users must be put to a group then can be used for global authorization.
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