Comments 10 Posted In Red Hat Customer Portal Unable to Access Solution Article Latest response 2019-09-05T07:38:28+00:00 I have used the below article for reference in the past but am currently unable to access it - any ideas? https://access.redhat.com/solutions/2221561 JS Started 2019-06-21T17:25:34+00:00 by Jonathan Souders Newbie 15 points Log in to join the conversation Responses Sort By Oldest Sort By Newest Guru 18605 points 21 June 2019 5:47 PM Christian Labisch Community Leader Hi Jonathan, I have tested the link and I also get "Access denied". I don't know about the content of the article and why we can't access it. Eventually it was locked by accident or perhaps intentionally. Best would be to contact Customer Support or open a case. :) Regards, Christian JS Newbie 15 points 21 June 2019 5:52 PM Jonathan Souders I figured that was the best route, but thought I'd start here. Thanks! Guru 18605 points 21 June 2019 5:54 PM Christian Labisch Community Leader You're welcome, Jonathan ! :) Red Hat Guru 8357 points 23 June 2019 1:51 AM Jamie Bainbridge That solution has been retired in favor of: How to configure a Samba server with SSSD in RHEL 7.6 (with Winbind handling AD Join) I've updated our internal "duplicate" field so your original URL should now redirect properly to the above. Guru 18605 points 23 June 2019 9:32 AM Christian Labisch Community Leader Thanks for the information, Jamie ! :) JS Newbie 15 points 24 June 2019 1:57 PM Jonathan Souders That's great, thanks! I did end up opening a case and finding out the very same thing. This is very helpful though, much appreciated. Guru 18605 points 24 June 2019 2:39 PM Christian Labisch Community Leader Jamie is working for Red Hat (I assume) ... that's why he was able to do that (I think) ... :) Mv Newbie 10 points 4 September 2019 1:17 PM Martijn van der Mei https://access.redhat.com/solutions/3802321 is also shouting Access Denied. Red Hat Guru 8357 points 4 September 2019 10:31 PM Jamie Bainbridge That one is titled How to configure a Samba server with SSSD in RHEL 7.6 (with Winbind handling AD Join) and has been marked Private (hence unpublished) with a comment saying that the instructions it provides are not supported so are not provided. If you're looking for a supported alternative there, please open a support case to discuss further with our Identify Management team. Mv Newbie 10 points 5 September 2019 7:38 AM Martijn van der Mei That is the question indeed Jamie. ;-) A support case has been opened.