On 03/25/2015 10:41 PM, Gonzalo Fernandez Ordas wrote:
Exactly the document i was having a look at.
In simple words,is possible to work this around and how,?
It is possible.
The doc has guidelines. Are they not clear?
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 being 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, at 5:35 PM, Dmitri Pal <d...@redhat.com
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!
Sr. Engineering Manager IdM portfolio
Red Hat, Inc.
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