One of our users is not able to connect to SASApp in SAS Enterprise Guide and SAS Studio. When he tries to expand SASApp, the credentials window pops up again and again. There is no problem with his metadata profile or his connection profile within the application. And he is able to login to the gridnodes using the same credentials without any issues which means there is no problem with the credentials as well. I got these from the ObjectSpawner logs. kcvq209 is the user's id. Could someone help me with this ?
2017-11-13T12:31:59,819 INFO  :sas - Client connection 1305 closed.
2017-11-13T12:32:19,324 INFO  :sas - Some code points did not transcode.
2017-11-13T12:32:19,324 INFO  :sas - Unknown User Name.
2017-11-13T12:32:19,324 INFO  :sas - Access denied.
2017-11-13T12:32:19,324 WARN  :sas - New client connection (1325) rejected from server port 8591 for user kcvq209. Peer IP address and port are [::ffff:10.54.82.201]:63844 for APPNAME=SAS Enterprise Guide.
Yes, I can help but please do the following:
<logger name="Audit.Authentication"> <level value="Trace"/> </logger>
Thanks for your response.
here is the sasauth-debug
1? proc permtest; run;
NOTE: Access denied.
ERROR: Access denied.Authentication failed.
NOTE: The SAS System stopped processing this step because of errors.
NOTE: PROCEDURE PERMTEST used (Total process time):
real time 9.06 seconds
cpu time 0.01 seconds
We tried to add the logger that you gave to logconfig.xml of ObjectSpawner.
But when I tried to restart the object spawner from RTM, it failed. So I removed this logger and restarted it after which it worked. Just FYI. I'll look into the object spawner trace level logging issue later
Could you please tell me what the next steps are with respect to sasauth-debug?
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