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Andrey_Kosarev
Contributor II
Contributor II

Restore Qlik Sense LDAP Filter UDC

Hello everyone!

Apparently I made a typo when editing the LDAP Filter string in QMC, so now no one has access to the hub and qmc. 

Could you tell me if there's any way to restore the initial version of LDAP filter? 

As far as I know, it can be changed in the Repository Database. If so, where exactly is this information stored? 

Or maybe there are other ways to fix this problem without making changes in the Database?

Thank you all in advance 

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Andrey_Kosarev
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@Brett_Bleess  Thanks for your help! 

In the end I had to restore the filter in the Repository DB, guess it is the only option if one ends up in a situation like this one. 

 

If anyone needs it at some point, the required record is stored in the table QSR.public.UserDirectorySettings , can be restored with a simple update query.  

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Brett_Bleess
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@Andrey_Kosarev Best I have is the following Article, but I am not sure it will have what you need, but it may prevent you from making same mistake in the future:

https://community.qlik.com/t5/Support-Knowledge-Base/Qlik-Sense-Configuring-and-testing-LDAP-filters...

Regards,
Brett

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Andrey_Kosarev
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@Brett_Bleess  Thanks for your help! 

In the end I had to restore the filter in the Repository DB, guess it is the only option if one ends up in a situation like this one. 

 

If anyone needs it at some point, the required record is stored in the table QSR.public.UserDirectorySettings , can be restored with a simple update query.  

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