On Mon, Sep 21, 2015 at 02:22:54PM +0000, Andy Thompson wrote:
> > On Thu, Sep 17, 2015 at 11:42:54AM +0000, Andy Thompson wrote:
> > > I've narrowed it down a bit doing some testing. The sudo rules work when
> > I remove the user group restriction from them. My sudo rules all have my ad
> > groups in the rule
> > >
> > > Rule name: ad_linux_admins
> > > Enabled: TRUE
> > > Host category: all
> > > Command category: all
> > > RunAs User category: all
> > > RunAs Group category: all
> > > User Groups: ad_linux_admins <- if I remove this then the rule gets
> > applied
> > Nice catch. Is the group visible after you login and run id?
> > What is the exact IPA server version?
> Ok I also figured out if I rename my AD groups to match my IPA groups then
> the sudo rules are applied.
> I tested a couple things though, if I put a rule in the local sudoers file on
> a server running sssd 1.11
> %<groupname>@<IPA domain> "sudo commands"
> That rule was not applied. If I remove the <IPA domain> then the rule got
> On a server running sssd 1.12 that rule works, but does not work if I remove
> the <IPA domain>. And none of the IPA sudo rules work. So something changed
> with the domain suffix between versions it would appear.
> They key to making the IPA sudo rules work in 1.12 is to remove the
> default_domain_suffix setting in the sssd.conf, but that's not an option in
> my environment.
> So all the moving parts together, it appears that having AD groups with a
> different name than the IPA groups in conjunction with the
> default_domain_suffix setting breaks things right now in 1.12. Appears since
> I renamed the ad group to match then the rule without a domain suffix will
> get matched now
I'm sorry for the constant delays, but I was busy with some
trust-related fixes lately.
Did you have a chance to confirm that just swapping sssd /on the client/
while keeping the same version on the server fixes the issue for you?
Pavel (CC), can you help me out here, please? I have the setup ready on
my machine, so tomorrow we can take a look and experiment (I can give you
access to my environment via tmate maybe..), but I wasn't able to reproduce
the issue locally yet.
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