can you run nsh, be BLAdmins and run an 'agentinfo' against a server you should have root on?
then post the secure from your client, and the exports, users, users.local and rscd.log from the target ?
Actually, before I do that, I just noticed this....
When I launch NSH this morning, I get this message...
SSO Error: Could not find a credential in cache file "C:\Documents and Settings
\\Application Data/BladeLogic/bl_sesscc" that matches the current authent
Error in Initializing RBAC User and Role (SSO Proxy)
Network Shell can be used for local access
So... I ran this command from my client...
blcred cred -acquire -profile "BL Production B" -loginconf "C:\Program
Files\BladeLogic\OM\br\blclient_krb5.conf" -krb5conf "C:\Program Files\BladeLog
(Where BL Production B is the auth profile name that connects me to the server I configured the NSH proxy on).
And I get this in response...
Terminating due to a runtime exception: Configuration Error:
Am I doing something wrong here, or did I find a bug?
Actually I think I've just worked this out...
Once I logged into CM and selected "Cache Session Credential" I am no longer getting that error when launching NSH.
Also, I notice that the agentinfo shows user permissions of root/root...
if I do this...
it shows me also that I have a uid of 0.
I think what's throwing me is that when I just run "id" its showing me who I am on my Windows laptop even when I've moved to a server by doing cd //server.domain.
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