Foreman 1.1 authorises access to the ENC interface to hosts that have
smart proxies installed with the puppet feature (i.e. they're
If you have a smart proxy installed on the puppetmaster, check it's
added into Foreman and then read the Foreman log file
(/var/log/foreman/production.log) when an ENC request is made, as it
will log a message while rejecting the request. The hostname will need
to match and the log should indicate if it doesn't.
If you don't have a smart proxy (which you will want for class imports)
then you can disable the authorisation entirely, but this isn't recommended:
(see no security: disable auth).
···On 08/02/13 17:39, Marc Cirauqui wrote: > Hello all, > > I been setiing up a puppet master and foreman all in one box. It is > everything working ok if I deactivate logins. ENC works, and reports work. > > The problem comes when enabling login, reports and ENC stop working. As > per ENC script output (foreman default one). > > It is running on CentOS 6, puppet 3.1, foreman 1.1stable. > > I'm shure i am missing something trivial, but I wasn't able to find it > on google... ny help?
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