4.91 sp2. Contextless login does not find the user, when user is moved to
new context.

When a user is logged in the user name and context is saved to some sort of
cache. The next time the user logs in, the user is read from the cache and
no LDAP search is executed.

When we move a user from one context to another, LDAP contextless login
finds the user in cache and uses the old stored values from cache.

But the user is moved into another context and the login fails.

The only way to get contextless login to start a new search, is to write in
another username first.

We need to disable the caching of the users credentials so that LDAP
contextless login searches for the user every time the user logs in.

Regard Roar Skaare