On Tue, Apr 02, 2013 at 08:43:18AM +0300, pekka.pan...@sofor.fi wrote:
> Rob Crittenden <rcrit...@redhat.com> wrote on 29.03.2013 01:09:49:
> > > > Anyhow, you can override the shell on the client using the
> > > > override_shell directive of sssd.conf. Simply put it into the
> > > > section and restart the SSSD.
> > >
> > > Thanks for that tip, will try that one.
> > Let me also note that changing the default shell doesn't change the
> > shell for any existing users (not entirely sure how this applies to
> > trust users, it might get particularly wonky on different machines as
> > each machine's sssd cache could have a different shell).
> It worked when i did override_shell to [nss] section.
> If i recall right, it did not worked when it was in [domain/domain.com]
Ah, this part of functionality was added in 1.9.3 I think so it depends
on the version you are running.
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