I have set up Octopus for deployment and going to be rolling it out to other developers and support teams. However I want to make sure I have set permissions and authentication up correctly.
I have run the Active Directory authentication config command.
I have Teams set up (so dev access, dev support access etc.)
I have myself as a user
How am I meant to add users from my AD domain to authorise users? I currently have 2 users, myself and a colleague. I have myself down as my AD username without domain, I then have the other user as DOMAIN\username. I am not sure which is correct.
I also am being asked to log in a lot. I changed my password and got asked to login. And this morning I again have been asked to login. I would expect Octopus to see I am logged into my domain on my PC and automatically log me in, not ask for a password at any point.
In the AD authentication guide it states “By default, Octopus issues an NTLM challenge to the browser, but you can configure Octopus to use other authentication schemes using the command line:”, so I wasn’t expecting it to ever ask for my password.
Can anyone let me know the full process for this?