Validating the security credentials
You use different types of security credentials depending on how you interact with AWS.For example, you use a user name and password to sign in to the AWS Management Console.For security reasons, AWS doesn't allow you to retrieve your passwords or secret access keys and does not store the private keys that are part of a key pair.However, you can create new credentials and then disable or delete the old credentials.I would think that the application also crafts an SQL query or LDAP request to the back-end system with a conditional statement. In a traditional set up this is usually a client that is distributed to the users, a server, and a database.The database is usually a commonly used, highly optimized piece of software written by somebody else, whereas servers are very often custom software that is written by you specifically for the clients' needs In this example, the server talks to the clients.Given your subsequent answers I think we've determined it's a problem with the configuration your AD people need to fix for you._________________Honesty is the best policy. I got a look at the AD and the definition of the group and users is line with the documentation unless I missed something but I read it so many times...
If you forget or lose your credentials, you can't recover them.
Exerk, I am logged in with my own user for the installation and to run the wizard.
In the wizard I give a another user dedicated to run MQ. The problem appear for my own user not the user dedicated to run MQ. Thanks for your help I've got a better idea - send him the links and inform him that to do your job, he needs to do his _________________It's puzzling, I don't think I've ever seen anything quite like this before..it's hard to soar like an eagle when you're surrounded by turkeys.
and at the same time tell him that you should have access to do this also as it would make yours and his life alot easier_________________Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard drive?
Artificial Intelligence stands no chance against Natural Stupidity.
Once the client is verified the server decides which information the client can see, for how long the client can request that data without having to be re-verified, the amount of data that is transmitted, etc. When you google your search query, you open up a Web page (the client).