looks like the real solution is valid_shells in sssd.conf. That will prevent
people from damaging themselves.
> On Jan 25, 2018, at 3:12 PM, Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com> wrote:
> Charles Hedrick via FreeIPA-users wrote:
>> One of my staff made a typo in his shell in “ipa user-mod —shell” It can be
>> hard to recover from, since you can’t login.
>> Is there a way to restrict what they can use? Traditionally only shells in
>> /etc/shells were valid.
> There is no way currently.
> Note that part of the problem is which /etc/shells to use? Remember that
> IPA is centralized and users may be using a number of different
> operating systems. This is why the default shell is /bin/sh, because it
> is nearly universal.
> It probably isn't a ton of work to add a new config option to provide a
> set of valid shells so feel free to file an RFE I just don't know that
> this sort of thing would be prioritized.
> We could probably help if you want to contribute something.
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