What is the correct way to add a flag inside a sudo command that will be 
added to a command group? When adding commands with no flags I have no 
issue such as "/usr/bin/yum info example*" but when I try to add options 
to the command like this "/usr/bin/yum --disableexcludes=all localinstall 
example*", It does not work even when escaping items like --. How does IPA 
handle a request like that?
 
ipa-client-3.0.0-37.el6.x86_64

[rkelly@hostname /]$ ipa sudocmdgroup-add-member --sudocmds "/usr/bin/yum 
--disableexcludes=all localinstall example*" yumsita
  Sudo Command Group: yumexample
  Description: Yum install Priviledges for example.com specific packages
  Member Sudo commands: /usr/bin/yum info example*, /usr/bin/yum update 
example*,
                        /usr/bin/yum remove example*, /usr/bin/yum install
                        example*, /usr/bin/yum localinstall example*, 
/usr/bin/yum
                        localupdate example*
  Failed members:
    member sudo command: /usr/bin/yum --disableexcludes=all localinstall 
example*: no such entry
-------------------------
Number of members added 0
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Thank You,
Rashard Kelly

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