[keycloak-user] Admin user from LDAP server
mposolda at redhat.com
Mon Jul 11 02:59:00 EDT 2016
What you can do is:
- Create the user "temp-admin" and bootstrap Keycloak with him
- Login to admin console as "temp-admin" and create LDAP federation
provider in master realm with syncRegistrations=true
- Create new user "real-admin" and set the password for him. This one
will be stored in LDAP now
- Logout as "temp-admin" and login to admin console as "real-admin"
- Delete "temp-admin" .
The user "real-admin" is now stored in LDAP with his credentials and
there is no admin user with credentials in Keycloak DB.
Is it sufficient for your use-case?
On 11/07/16 06:41, Fabricio Milone wrote:
> We would like to be able to create the admin user using LDAP, so the
> credentials are not stored in Keycloak's database at all.
> I think there is no way to achieve this at the moment, would you think
> this is possible?
> I'd like to create a feature request if you don't mind.
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