Last post Aug 21, 2007 02:42 AM by Dille68
Mar 13, 2006 07:21 PM|aau007|LINK
I get this in my MPSQL server whenever I do some user/organization provisioning. Then every now and then it pops up in the Application Event Log.
Description: GetACL/The parameter is incorrect.
Is this a safe error to ignore? Everything else seems to be working fine though.
Mar 21, 2006 01:56 AM|mkostersitz|LINK
Mar 24, 2006 02:56 AM|aau007|LINK
Apr 20, 2006 03:04 PM|destr0yr|LINK
May 23, 2006 10:47 AM|Ilya_f|LINK
Does anyone resolve this issue? I face it too. It looks like MPS Sample CP bug. I suppose that when reseller admin, customer admin or customer user opens MPS Sample CP – they try to
get information witch they don’t have access to… Something about "hosting" OU ACL’s…
In my lab when reseller admin or customer admin log on and log of MPS Sample CP – they produce 6 those errors. When ordinary customer user log on and log of MPS Sample CP – he produce
7 those errors (I think because he have less rights).
I hope it safe, but I’d like to hear it from gurus.
What tools can I use to trace this error?
Mar 01, 2007 06:27 AM|esexon|LINK
I am getting this same error today when logging in as user@domain. Everything else seems to be working ok.
Does anyone have a solution for this, is the error safe to ignore?
Mar 01, 2007 07:03 AM|Steve@Planet|LINK
When you log into MPSSampleCP only one request is made to MPS, Managed Hosting::GetCallerUiRoles.
This procedure loops through a list of groups and then checks the users permissions by calling Managed Active Directory::TestReadDACL_
This is wrapped around a try-catch block, and if it fails (an error is thrown from the provider), the namespace assumes you don't have this role.
This is what you're seeing in the event log...logging in as a different user raises a different number of errors in event log because of the defference in user roles.
Not a very clean method as these errors can cause confusion as we've seen from this thread.
Mar 01, 2007 07:05 AM|Steve@Planet|LINK
If you run TraceView on the MPS server and then login to MPSSampleCP then you can check to see which procedure calls fail for a given user, and thus identify which UI roles the user is/isn't assigned to.
Mar 01, 2007 07:21 AM|esexon|LINK
I am not using the MPSSampleCP
This happens when I use the normal user@domain login into EAF
I will attempt to run TraceView
Mar 01, 2007 07:32 AM|Steve@Planet|LINK
Ahhh ok :o)
I'll test that out now.
WHat version are you using?
Mar 01, 2007 07:52 AM|esexon|LINK
You helped me with a previous issue on thread http://forums.asp.net/thread/1558960.aspx
Mar 01, 2007 07:53 AM|Steve@Planet|LINK
The procedure I mentioned above, Managed Active Directory::TestReadDACL_, calls into the Active Directory Provider::Get DACL procedure, it's this procedure that in turn calls the Managed AD provider, and it's the provider where the error is being thrown
When logging into the EAF 2 MPS calls are made that call Active Directory Provider::Get DACL. This is called to test permissions. Both these calls are testing for the
Admins@Hosting group, and both pass fine.
Mar 01, 2007 08:02 AM|Steve@Planet|LINK
Once you have a traceview If you drill down the 2nd and 4th request made then you'll see a call to TestPermissions_, drill down that and check what XML is being submitted to the Active Directory Provider::Get DACL.
Mar 01, 2007 08:07 AM|esexon|LINK
May 28, 2007 10:08 AM|ydandekar|LINK
I am getting similar error in event viewer, however it has become a blocking issue for me. I am using MPSSampleCP and whenever I click on CRM settings of any user within an organization, I get an error message as "unexpected error occurred" and the page
is partially rendered. The Roles are not rendered on the page because of which I am unable to complete the process of enabling a user for CRM. I am using all-in-one configuration and this error persists irrespective of the user credentials I use for logging
in ( even for administrator@fabrikam). Whenever the error is displayed, 6 errors are reported in Event viewer which are all "GetACL/The pramater is incorrect". Can someone help me as this has become a major blocking
Jun 06, 2007 05:18 AM|Grim62|LINK
I've the same problem. But it's appear when I've change the administrator password. It seems to be dependances with MPS, SQL Server and the Active Directory. When I set the administrator password to the old pass, it's running good.
Aug 21, 2007 02:42 AM|Dille68|LINK
I have a problem with same error. This error appears when user from hosting level tries to create new user. This user is administrator for his own company and in MPSsampleCP he has admin rights so he should be able to create new users.
MPSSQL server gives event id error:
Type: Error event id: 4206
GetACL/The parameter is incorrect
Does anyone know how to fix this?