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Hi

When one of our admins create a user through the webinterface, the following error appears, and the user is not created:

Access to the attribute is not permitted because the attribute is owned by the Security Accounts Manager (SAM). (Server: domain.local)

Any ideas?

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Never mind, figured it out

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