Thank you for your response.  I don't necessarily need to do everything in
a single query.  I'm just interested in understanding how to output the
information I need and I can adjust the queries accordingly.  I.E. where is
the information saved: cn=sudoers, where sudo info is saved, etc.

For example; Does anyone know how I can do an ldapsearch to output all the
sudo rules in the format we would see in /etc/sudoers file?  I have to
imagine that the rules are just saved in the database to allow for sudo on
the local systems to read.



On Tue, Dec 16, 2014 at 11:31 AM, Herb Burnswell <
herbert.burnsw...@gmail.com> wrote:
> All,
> We are running the following versions on RHEL 6.6:
> ipa-server.x86_64   3.0.0-42.el6
> 389-ds.noarch        1.2.2-1.el6
> I'm not very experienced with the ldapsearch and would greatly appreciate
> some guidance.  I'd like to run some ldapsearch's that will return access
> information for specific hosts.  For example; I'd like to return what users
> have access to 'host x' and what sudo rules are available to these users.
> Any assistance is appreciated.
> TIA,
> Herb
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