On Wed, Sep 22, 2010 at 12:09 PM, James Roman <james.ro...@ssaihq.com>wrote:

> On 9/22/10 2:42 PM, Brian LaMere wrote:
>
>> The primary GID for a user isn't in the web interface for the user to be
>> able to change it.
>>
> Holy cow. What a security flaw that would be if it were. How about a sign
> up sheet for admin access to the mail server.
>
>  /usr/sbin/ipa-moduser (what the document references) doesn't exist, nor
>> does "ipa user-mod" have an options for changing the GID.
>>
>> How is this done?
>>
> You don't. The administrators (or those appropriately designated) assign
> you to the appropriate group. Perhaps you could provide an idea of why you
> would want to extend this privilege?
>

you're substantially misunderstanding.  When logging in to the web interface
as admin, with the ability to create users, hosts, roles, etc etc - there's
no box for the GID.  There's no box to even see what it is.  I *am* the
administrator.

I was only looking at the web page because the command line didn't have the
option listed, either.  Which seemed to suggest that a very, very basic
component of creating and modifying user accounts was not easily adjustable.
 Rob answered the question, however - thanks.

Brian
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