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: a site user who is a member of any group registered in the Assignment Table may be deleted from the corporate network user list. In this case, if a user attempts to authorise on the site, the authorisation attempt will fail. At the same time, the user profile is still stored in the Bitrix database.
To allow a user authorise on the site via the common interface, enable the internal authorisation check. To do so, set the value of Authorisation type to "internal check" and then update the user credentials (login and password).
Note that if an AD tree has N domains (e.g. OD1, OD2… each for an individual department) and these domains have groups with duplicate names, the Assignment Table will display all of the groups effectively showing duplicate names N times. To avoid confusion, change the Group identifier attribute in the AD/LDAP server settings to something you can change without affecting the whole set-up, for example DistinguishedName (DN). As a result, the distinguished names will be shown instead of the group names.