I don't have an Active Directory installation to check the values, but you have to change the values of the RBAC_USERS.USR_AUTH_TYPE and RBAC_USERS.UID_AUTH_SOURCE fields in the database.
Look in the database at the records of a user imported with Advanced LDAP and another user imported with Global AD and you can figure out which values to change. Then, you can go into the database and change the values with something like this:
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mysql -u root -p
mysql> use wf_workflow;
mysql> UPDATE RBAC_USERS USR_AUTH_TYPE='XXXXXXXXX', UID_AUTH_SOURCE='XXXXXXXXXXXXXX' WHERE USR_AUTH_TYPE='YYYYYYYYY';
Amos B. Batto ♦ ProcessMaker Forum Manager since 2009