Common error codes for Active Directory authentication

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vScope supports both Discovery of and integration with the Active Directory. If something goes wrong you will be prompted with an error message that can give you a hint of the cause to the issue.

The error messages might look something like this:

INVALID_CREDENTIALS: 80090308: LdapErr: DSID-0C09042F, comment: AcceptSecurityContext error, data 52e, v2580 

INVALID_CREDENTIALS: 80090308: LdapErr: DSID-0C090400, comment: AcceptSecurityContext error, data 775, v1db1 

The code is listed after Data (in this case 52e and 775).

Here is a list of common error codes that might show up:

Error code Error Description
525 User not found Returned when an invalid username is supplied.
52e Invalid credentials Returned when a valid username is supplied but an invalid password/credential is supplied. If this error is received, it will prevent most other errors from being displayed.
530 Not permitted to logon at this time Returned when a valid username and password/credential are supplied during times when login is restricted.
531 Not permitted to logon from this workstation Returned when a valid username and password/credential are supplied, but the user is restriced from using the workstation where the login was attempted.
532 Password expired Returned when a valid username is supplied, and the supplied password is valid but expired.
533 Account disabled Returned when a valid username and password/credential are supplied but the account has been disabled.
701 Account expired Returned when a valid username and password/credential are supplied but the account has expired.
773 User must reset password Returned when a valid username and password/credential are supplied, but the user must change their password immediately (before logging in for the first time, or after the password was reset by an administrator).
775 Account locked out Returned when a valid username is supplied, but the account is locked out. Note that this error will be returned regardless of whether or not the password is invalid.

Further reading

You can read more about integrating vScope with Active Directory on this Knowledge Base post.

2018-01-02T21:54:59+00:00