> On 03 Mar 2015, at 18:40, Guertin, David S. <guer...@middlebury.edu> wrote:
> 
>> yes, I'm quite certain this is the client.
> 
> Actually, it isn't, or at least it's not supposed to be. I've only ever 
> installed IPA on one machine, and the command I used to install it was 
> ipa-server-install (followed by ipa dnsconfig-mod, ipa-adtrust-install, and 
> ipa trust-add, as described in the documentation).
> 
> Of course, the ipa-client package is installed too, but if this machine is 
> not acting as a server then something is seriously messed up!

Sorry about the confusion, for some reason I thought the server was running 
7.x, where the sssd runs in a special mode and no longer acts as a client.

Then the info Alexander requested is correct.

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