[FB-Tracker] Created: (CORE-5496) Creating SRP SYSDBA with explicit admin (-admin yes in gsec or grant admin role in create user) creates two SYSDBA accounts

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[FB-Tracker] Created: (CORE-5496) Creating SRP SYSDBA with explicit admin (-admin yes in gsec or grant admin role in create user) creates two SYSDBA accounts

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Creating SRP SYSDBA with explicit admin (-admin yes in gsec or grant admin role in create user) creates two SYSDBA accounts
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                 Key: CORE-5496
                 URL: http://tracker.firebirdsql.org/browse/CORE-5496
             Project: Firebird Core
          Issue Type: Bug
          Components: Engine, GSEC, Security
    Affects Versions: 4.0 Initial
         Environment: Firebird-4.0.0.546-0_x64 on Windows 10
            Reporter: Mark Rotteveel


When initializing the security database for SRP, two SYSDBA accounts are created if admin option is specified explicitly.

Two sysdba accounts are created if I use (in gsec):

add sysdba -pw masterkey -admin yes

, but not if I use

add sysdba -pw masterkey

Similar if I use in ISQL:

create user sysdba password 'masterkey' grant admin role;

not if I use

create user sysdba password 'masterkey';

In the above case UserManager = Srp, Legacy_UserManager. I also tried with only UserManager = Srp.

I have also tried this in the latest 3.0.2 snapshot, it doesn't happen there.

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