I’ve set the authentication-mode to tamino.
If I use the smh, in some cases (for example create user), I get the message “Access Violation-You are not allowed to access the requested database”.
If I change the authentication-mode to web-server I don’t get the message.
But I always have to switch the authentication-modes to change any properties.
It’s very simple. When you add users from the smh, requests are sent to the ino:security collection of your database. The identity of the requests is the one you entered to log on the smh.
So you must declare your Tamino administrator account in ino:security. You can use the domain identification mode for this account so you don’t need to set the password.
Just do this before switching to Tamino security mode.
Hope this helps.