Greetings from Cape Cod!
I have edited the authentication.chain variable in alfresco-global.properties to eliminate references to LDAP:
I am running Alfresco Content Services v4.2.6. After restarting alfresco, I was able to log in as "admin" and create a new user. Now the big task is to convert all of the LDAP users to local users while keeping the existing data and history. Is there a doc or a tutorial describing how this is done? When I search for a user under the "Manage System Users" section of the Administration Console, I can see their "Person Properties" and "User Properties", but I'm unable to change their password.
Thank you in advance!
@adautofernandesyou have your answer on @afaust' post:
Theoretically, you should be able to deactivate/remove the LDAP-AD configuration
(simplest way: remove it from authentication.chain property in alfresco-global.properties)
and after a restart should be allowed to set new passwords for these users in the Share UI.
Don't go directly into the database. Go though alfresco-global.properties and keep only ntlm authenticator on that line.