Is it sane to request that freeipa store ssh keys for users who come into the 
environment via a trust? Not all of them, of course, but those who want to 
store public keys there.

My freeipa server is mostly there to manage machines, and users (incl. me) 
mostly come in over trusts from the corporate AD. It'd sure be nice if I could 
put my laptop's public key on the freeipa server and use it everywhere.

Food for thot.

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