Description of problem:
Fedora MATE remix. I use an LDAP-based (AD) login. Before I upgraded to F29, the login screen would display a drop-down of usernames, having the most often used one selected. This list would include my LDAP username and it would be selected. Since the upgrade from F28 to F29 the list no longer contains my LDAP username and only show locally authenticated users (I have one such for emergency purposes).
Not sure this is a fault of the Slick Greeter, but this is the component I interact with.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
F29 with all updates. I'm unable to guess the RPM package name of the slick greeter.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Install F29 MATE.
2. Enlist it into AD and login with the LDAP username.
The LDAP username is missing from the drop-down.
The LDAP username is on the drop-down and, if it is the most frequently used one, is selected.
Manually entering the username works, but is, of course highly inconvenient - especially taking into account that this worked at least with the past several Fedora releases.
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