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  • Need a little more info on the application architecture. Where are the credentials stored? If in a database, did that get migrated with the app on the same instance? Are they authenticating with AD or AAD by chance?

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  • The credentials are stored in AD Database. The server is joined to the domain. We have on-prem AD. 

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  • From a shell prompt, try logging in as  "jnikers"  with:

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    ssh -v -v  <azure host name or ip>
    

    That should give you more info which you can post here.

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  • I'm confused by "uid=0"

    Is "jnikers" the root user?  If yes, that account might be disabled in the  sshd_config  file (as it should be).

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  • So issue got resolved by commenting line: 

    ad_server=172.20.4.5,172.20.4.6

    uncommenting

    ad_server=swdc01.eitexch21.xyz 

    Does that mean server in Azure can not communicate externally or is there an issue/feature we need to allow so OLD passwords can be accepted?

    Verified DC's in Azure are replicating 

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