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  1. #1
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    Rights required for non admin user to renew certificates

    Hi ,

    I am trying to assign rights to a user (Non Admin), using which i can renew my certificates for eDIr-eDIr drivers and other default certificates.

    I have already configured the user with the following rbsAssignedRoles2 - eDirectory Administration and eDirectory Maintenance Utility, LDAP , Rights and user management. But still when i try to renew the certificate using this user i am getting the message as "Unable to Create the Certificate - The following error occurred: The user does not have the appropriate eDir rights to perform the Operation". I have given rights at tree level, but i think i need to give more rights. Request for some inputs related to the rights required for the user for certificate renewal.

    Thank you.

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    Re: Rights required for non admin user to renew certificates

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