I've got a question about kickstart enrollment with a one-time password.
Namely, is there any way that it can be done *without* the one-time
password. We're comfortable with the pre-creation of the host in IPA,
but just wonder if there's a way to enrol without the one-time password.
The estate is Red Hat (mostly 6) and we deploy systems via kickstart
from the Satellite. Can the Satellite push out a certificate from the
IPA system that would allow client to enrol without the OTP? Our
enrollment script runs as part of the kickstart postinstall with the OTP
effectively sitting in plain text in the script. Removing the OTP would
remove the plain text authentication from this script, but I may be
opening other security holes as a result.
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