Rob Crittenden writes:

> Mark Haney via FreeIPA-users wrote:
>
>> Due to people not documenting squat here over years, one of our
>> servers configurations got jacked up when I migrated it from OpenLDAP
>> to IPA.  This is a CentOS 6 server that runs RANCID to pull customer
>> edge router configs.  The old OpenLDAP setup had a policy in Kerberos
>> that would create a symlink to the RANCID backup directory in the
>> home directory of a new user account upon first login.  Is it
>> possible to set this up in IPA?  If so, are there docs/how tos on
>> doing this?
>>
>> I would assume it's an IPA policy, but I'm not sure how similar it
>> would be to doing it in OpenLDAP/Kerberos.
>>
>
> Unfortunately there is no way to specify scripts upon user login
> (first or otherwise) in IPA currently.

Could you perhaps do something weird with the default shell setting?

Thanks,
--Robbie

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