Thanks for the quick response. I think i’m going to just hack the name into the 
dict like so as i want to preserve the dict structure and this least bad way i 
see of doing that. My dict var is auto populated from another tool so it 
shouldn’t be hard for me to keep these in sync.

Slavek


> vars:
>   users:
>     bob:
>       name: bob
>       authorized_keys:
>         - "ssh-rsa a..."
>         - "ssh-rsa b..."
>     alice:
>       name: alice
>       authorized_keys:
>         - "ssh-rsa c..."
> 
> 
> tasks:
>   - authorized_key: user=item.0.name key="{{ item.1 }}"
>     with_subelements:
>       - "{{ users }}"
>       - authorized_keys



> On Oct 13, 2016, at 1:14 PM, Joanna Delaporte <joannadelapo...@gmail.com> 
> wrote:
> 
> Slavek,
> 
> I converted my dicts to lists. :P It didn't take too long with some snappy 
> regex in vim. 
> 
> Joanna
> 
> On Thu, Oct 13, 2016 at 9:06 AM, Slavek Jurkowski <sla...@thejurks.com 
> <mailto:sla...@thejurks.com>> wrote:
> Joanna,
> 
> Did you find any solution to this? I'm facing the same issue and it sure 
> sucks!
> 
> Thanks!
> 
> 
> On Wednesday, June 29, 2016 at 1:43:39 PM UTC-5, Joanna Delaporte wrote:
> Here's my version: ansible 2.2.0 (devel 87928ff56b) last updated 2016/06/22 
> 13:32:23 (GMT -500)
> 
> I'm not sure if this is a bug, or misplaced syntax. When I attempt to use a 
> dictionary, referencing the key of the dictionary and a subelement, I get the 
> error
> FAILED! => {"failed": true, "msg": "'dict object' has no attribute 'key'"}
> 
> Here is my task:
>   - name: Add users to groups
>     shell: 'ipa group-add-member {{item.1}} --users={{item.0.key}}'
>     with_subelements:
>     - '{{staff|default([])}}'
>     - 'extragroups'
>     - skip_missing: yes
> 
> 
> If I use item.0 instead of item.0.key, it tries to pass in the entire 
> dictionary object rather than just the key, and the command spits back a "too 
> many arguments" error, which is expected. I need just the username, eg the 
> argument I want to pass is --users=user1. Is there a reason I cannot access 
> it with item.0.key?
> 
> My dict object looks like this:
> ---
> staff:
>   user1:
>     uid: 
>     firstname: 
>     lastname:  
>     comment: ""
>     gid: 
>     shell: /bin/bash
>     passwordhash: ""
>     primarygroup: 
>     extragroups: ['code']
>   user2:
>     uid: 
>     firstname: 
>     lastname: 
>     comment: ""
>     gid: 
>     shell: /bin/bash
>     passwordhash: ""
>     primarygroup: 
>     extragroups: ['dm', 'code']
> 
> 
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