Exactly the document i was having a look at.
In simple words,is possible to work this around and how,?
Otherwise i have to drop freeipa and get back to 389_ds as still seems fully 
ldap sssd compatible.

Have you got any doc clearly stating how to get this done?
I really invested many days on reaching this far beingĀ  sudo the last tiny bit 
to get sorted which is hugely frustrated.

Thanks for all the support 
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On Mar 25, 2015, 5:35 PM, at 5:35 PM, Dmitri Pal <d...@redhat.com> wrote:
>On 03/25/2015 08:32 PM, g.fer.or...@unicyber.co.uk wrote:
>> Hi
>> I am setting up a plain and simple sssd service against my FreeIPA 
>> Server.
>> The FreeIPA Server is a Centos 7.1 box with IPA version 4.1 and the 
>> client box is ubuntu: Ubuntu 12.04.5 LTS
>> The Users and Credentials are being Synched out of an AD Server (the 
>> passwords happened to be transferred using the PassSync Service)
>> Now.. I wanted to setup a very simple sssd service (not the FreeIPA 
>> client service)
>> And so far I succeeded on synching the users along with the passwords
>> using SSSD.
>> Now, Trying to get the sudo access sorted I cannot see that working, 
>> and I came across some documentation mentioning SSSD is NOT currently
>> supporting IPA schema for the SUDOers
>> if that is the case
>> Can anybody point me to the right document or procedure in terms of 
>> getting also the sudoers installed?
>> Would be possible , somehow, to have this sorted WITHOUT using the 
>> ipa-client?
>> many thanks!
>Thank you,
>Dmitri Pal
>Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
>Red Hat, Inc.
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