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Your user does not have access to the correct groups which on a clean Xenial Xerus installation looks like the following on my system: andrew@athens:~$ groups andrew adm cdrom sudo dip plugdev lpadmin sambashare vboxsf You can safely ignore both andrew and vboxfs which relate to my own username and VirtualBox Filesystem membership respectively. You can ...
In the section for your domain in /etc/sssd/sssd.conf add ad_gpo_map_service = +rstudio
Please use nmcli to add the password. Edit /etc/NetworkManager/system-connections/CONNECTION_NAME: [connection] id=CONNECTION_NAME [802-1x] password=YOUR_8021X_PASSWORD Restart your network systemctl restart NetworkManager You may need to bring the interface down and up to test the new changes: nmcli con down CONNECTION_NAME nmcli con up ...
Try running pamtester and see if that gives more information about where PAM is failing (this will also show if its occurring outside of RStudio or not): sudo pamtester --verbose rstudio <username> authenticate acct_mgmt
Try checking the box next to MTU in the Wifi Configuration menu so "Automatic" is selected; Click on Wifi panel indicator > edit > select the network you want > edit > wifi; MTU is at the bottom of the window
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