I've got the same issue with my install, have completed all of the above steps in the guide & also ensured AD groups are linked to permission sets
Just reread the 1st post here, I've got an LDAP registered server configured & can browse & attach the required AD groups to the permission set. My issue is that I can't logon with my AD user account that I've checked is in the Group linked to the permission set.
Am using the correct format ie DOMAIN\USERID but just get the message 'you have provided invalid credentials'
When I log in I only use Username and Password, no domain. Have you tried that?
Yes tried that & still getting the invalide credentials message.
I've checked back through all of the settings & can't find anything amiss, I can browse & see the appropriate groups when configuring permission sets, AD sync of the system tree etc.. so LDAP setting look to be working OK.
Will fire up my vanilla VM's this afternoon to see if the issues with the domain that I'm using.
Made a bit of progress this afternoon, my vanilla test bed works a dream. On the failing install I can now see that the authentication is failing with an event ID of 529 & a logon type of 3. A 2nd error is being created with an event ID of 680 - Logon Attempt by : MICROSOFT_AUTHENTICATION_PACKAGE_V1_0 the error code is 0xC000006A.
I know the password being entered is correect so I'm assuming its something policy related to do with the domain.
Server is W2K3 R2 Enterprise & the ePO is 4.6 Patch 1