The LDAP syncing is the major problem here. I have tiki 12.2 installed, and everything works fine with the system. But when I attempt the upgrade to 12.3 on my development site, run the composer and installer, and upgrade the database, the LDAP seems to break and I cannot log in to the site using any account at all — not even the default admin account. When I get to the login screen after finishing the installer process, I enter my username and password and it returns with the error "Invalid Username or Password." Again, the same thing happens with the default admin.
I submitted a post on the forum asking if anyone else had the same problem and I had a response where someone was indeed experiencing this as well. He offered a solution where I go into the file ~/lib/auth/ldap.php and comment out an error checking routine on lines 235-240, and this actually allowed me to login to the upgraded version. However, when I did this, it essentially broke the login authentication system, and you could log in as any user no matter what password credentials were entered. So, while this temporary solution did allow me to login to the site, it did not work as anticipated, as I believe it broke the TLS and/or LDAP authentication itself.
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