Trouble with Graph plugin in Kibana, when search-guard used

Hey guys, not sure if you can help me with this one.
Tried to install ElasticSearch Graph plugin, on a test cluster with search-guard installed. I do have Graph plugin installed in Kibana (shows up on the page), but any try to use it returns an “Unauthorized” message. Kibana itself works with ElasticSearch, but Graph plugin doesn’t.

Any idea what could be wrong? I get no error or exceptions or messages in any logs, from ElasticSearch or from Kibana, unclear “who” is complaining that the request is “unauthorized”.
The Graph API itself does work, when used with a CURL, which makes it look like there is something wrong between Kibana, Graph and Search Guard…

Thanks for any help.

Which Kibana version? Since 5.0.2 you need also this https://github.com/floragunncom/search-guard-kibana-plugin

We do not officially support nor test Search Guard in combination with any X-Pack features because if you have licensed X-Pack you normally have no need for Search Guard. We know from people who tried it, that X-Pack Monitoring (formerly marvel) is working with Search Guard but we have no informations about any other X-Pack features yet.

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On Friday, 13 January 2017 23:24:26 UTC+1, Sebastian Popa wrote:

Hey guys, not sure if you can help me with this one.
Tried to install ElasticSearch Graph plugin, on a test cluster with search-guard installed. I do have Graph plugin installed in Kibana (shows up on the page), but any try to use it returns an “Unauthorized” message. Kibana itself works with ElasticSearch, but Graph plugin doesn’t.

Any idea what could be wrong? I get no error or exceptions or messages in any logs, from ElasticSearch or from Kibana, unclear “who” is complaining that the request is “unauthorized”.
The Graph API itself does work, when used with a CURL, which makes it look like there is something wrong between Kibana, Graph and Search Guard…

Thanks for any help.