We've been using the LDAP to authenticate our users ever since we created our site a couple years ago. We've run into a few road bumps along they way, but this time I can't seem to figure out the issue that is occurring with the LDAP. The main issue that I am seeing here is that the LDAP doesn't appear to be syncing with our groups.
If I attempt a log in on my normal admin account, it appears to allow me to log in as if it's recognizing that I am a user, but while it logs me in, the groups aren't being synced. This results in an error that says "You do not have permission to view this page." So I logout of that account and log back in with the default admin account (which seems to be the only account still working without the LDAP group sync). When I check the Users list, I can see that even my normal admin account has been completely removed from the groups I previously belonged to before my login attempt.
Therefore, this leads me to believe that the issue is with the ldap_sync_group functions somewhere inside the lib/userslib.php file. I've tried a couple of workarounds, but to no avail. Has anyone experience anything like this?
Please help, as this is completely breaking my Tiki installation!
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