On 09/13/2014 04:03 PM, Traiano Welcome wrote:
You are to some extent describing a feature that we call "views" that is
currently in works.
Currently I have a stable trust relationship going between IPA and
Windows AD. I create users and manage passwords in AD, but want to
manage the rest in IPA, "the rest" being default shell, default home
directory settings, RBAC, HBAC, Selinux etc ..
What I'm expecting it to be able to log into the FreeIPA web
interface, and see a synched list of users created in AD appear in the
interface, after which I can modify the settings on a per user basis.
If that level of granularity is not possible, I would then expect to
be able to at least apply an IPA-imposed set of account defaults
on and AD user group:
- default shell
- HBAC rules
- Sudo rules
- SELinux rules
Is this possible with FreeIPA? I can't find anything coherent in the
documentation that describes an effective way of managing the POSIX
attributes of AD users in FreeIPA.
Thanks in advance!
But there are two parts:
a) Ability to overwrite POSIX attributes for AD users - this is views
b) Ability to apply policies to AD users. It is already possible.
This is done via group membership.
So you create a group in IPA, make AD group an external member of that
group and then use that IPA group to apply HBAC, SUDO and SELinux rules.
As for RBAC what do you mean?
Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
Red Hat, Inc.
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