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After successful deployment of D365ffo on premises I can not sign in.
When I press the sign in button after entering the credentials it says ' You are not authorized to login with your current credentials. You will be redirected to the login page in a few seconds. '
There are two warnings that are produced at the exact time of sign in which are in the AOS node's service fabric admin events.
fabric:/favicon.ico/: input uri is not a valid naming uri.
NamingUri 'fabric:/favicon.ico/' in invalid: trailing '/' is not supported.
I cannot trace any other log anywhere.
I have followed the troubleshoot steps written in troubleshoot document but no luck.
Anyone have idea what is causing the problem?
Just a question, have you found a way to solve the issue? I am facing the same issue. Thank you
Email of the user used as admin user in LCS was not entered while creating the user in active directory. Editing the user and entering the email address solved the issue.
Thank you for the update. I have a similar problem with SSO and am getting the same favicon.ico error messages. However, my admin user account does have its email address populated in Active Directory. Can you provide any other details about how you tracked down your solution? Log files I might check, etc?
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