On Thu, Apr 09, 2015 at 05:38:40PM +0000, Guertin, David S. wrote:
> >If your clients are RHEL 7.1, remove all of the hacks and use ID Views 
> >instead.
> >https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-
> >US/Red_Hat_Enterprise_Linux/7/html/Windows_Integration_Guide/id-
> >views.html
> >
> >ID view 'Default Trust View' will be applied automatically -- on RHEL7.1
> >clients by SSSD picking it up from IPA master, on legacy clients by their
> >lookups to compat trees. On RHEL6.6 I think SSSD is not capable doing the
> >lookup 'RHEL7.1 way' yet but a rebase is planned to get next update cycle to
> >catch up.
> 
> Thanks, all of our clients are RHEL 6 and RHEL 5, so I'll just be patient and 
> look forward to that (at least for RHEL 6). 
> 
> I was just poking around the ID Views section of the Web UI, and it looks 
> like I can set Home Directory for Users, but not User Groups. On the one hand 
> that makes sense, since groups don't have home directories, but on the other 
> hand, AD users are not shown (i.e. they only exist in IPA as a group), and 
> anyway I would like to be able to set the home directory format for all users 
> at once (including AD users) instead of individually. Is that possible?

Since the trusted AD domain is a 'subdomain' in SSSD lingo, you need to
change the 'subdomain_homedir' parameter in sssd.conf

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