While you can make it sort of work, it will be a lot more difficulty, and will
never work quite how you want. You would be better off using Active Directory
or Samba4, and creating trusts between the two domains.
david t. klein
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[mailto:freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com] On Behalf Of Bob Sauvage
Sent: Thursday, January 24, 2013 4:05 AM
Subject: [Freeipa-users] Re : Re: Re : Re: Some interrogations about the
Thanks for your response but I'm a little bit confused. Indeed, some users tell
me that it's possible to join an IPA domain from a windows workstation and you
say this is not possible.
I don't have an AD server, I want to configure IPA to act like an AD. My
network contains Windows/Linux workstations and I want to centrally manage
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Objet : Re: [Freeipa-users] Re : Re: Some interrogations about the freeipa
On 01/23/2013 03:59 PM, Bob Sauvage wrote:
> Hi Dale,
> You mean that if I turn this option to 'yes', I'll be
able to connect to the server through SSH without needing to authenticate again
? Even if I'm connected on the domain from a Windows workstation ?
If you setup trusts between IPA and AD then yes.
If not then you need to ssh from the system that belongs to the API domain.
IPA does not support Windows systems to be joined to IPA domain. But you can
configure kerberos for Windows and use local Windows accounts. There are some
HowTos on the wiki about it.
Alternatively you join Linux systems to AD and use it as your central
authentication server then SSO would also work but you will loose ability to
manage your Linux related policies.
Trusts is probably the best for you but there will be dragons.
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>> De : Dale Macartney
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>> À : firstname.lastname@example.org
>> Objet : Re: [Freeipa-users] Some interrogations about
the freeipa deployment
On 01/22/2013 09:51 PM, Steven Jones wrote:
> I have all done this, so from what you write I think IPA would be a good fit
> for what you want, except that is the single sign on bit I have not looked to
> see if that can be done. For http restart you control that via sudo in IPA so
> its centrally managed, I have this working for one such server though I use
> the reload option instead.
to enable SSO with SSH from a ipa workstation, just edit /etc/ssh/sshd_config
and make sure the line below is set to yes
If you've just made the change, it won't take effect until SSH is restarted. So
do the usual service sshd restart.
> I would also not run one instance of IPA myself but with such a small site
> that's your call.
> Steven Jones
> Technical Specialist - Linux RHCE
> Victoria University, Wellington, NZ
> 0064 4 463 6272
> *From:* freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com [freeipa-users-boun...@redhat.com]
> on behalf of Bob Sauvage [bob.sauv...@gmx.fr]
> *Sent:* Wednesday, 23 January 2013 9:51 a.m.
> *To:* email@example.com
> *Subject:* [Freeipa-users] Some interrogations about the freeipa deployment
> Hi *,
> I plan to review the network architecture of my office. 10 Windows/Linux
> desktops and 2 Linux servers will be deployed on the network.
> I want to install freeipa on the first server to act like an AD DS. I want to
> authenticate users on the server and controlling what can be done or not by
> them on the network. 10 other linux web servers should be accessible
> (console) by specific users and without the need to authenticating again
> (single sign on). On these web servers, users can issue specific commands
> like "/etc/init.d/httpd restart".
> Is it possible to achive this with freeipa ? Do you have some articles ?
> Thanks in advance,
> Bob !
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