Support » Plugin: Active Directory Integration » Use Active Directory Integration with custom roles

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  • Plugin Author glatze

    (@glatze)

    Hmmm… I think this will work. The only thing ADI does is to set the role of the user.

    ADI can only set normal user roles (like administrator, author etc) and not extra roles

    Plugin Author glatze

    (@glatze)

    That’s not true. If you use a plugin like “Role Scoper” or “Capability Manager” you can create your own roles and you can then use them with ADI. I have tested this right now with the “Capability Manager”. It works.

    But don’t forget to use the role names in lower case. If you create a role called “Special” with the Capability Manager you must use it like this “MySpecialADGroup=special” and NOT “MySpecialADGroup=Special”. “Special” is the display name of the role and “special” is the name of the role.

    I confirmed this, this works great, thanks everyone.

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