Hi

Let me update that last post. After setting authrequired=no in /etc/autofs_ldap_auth.conf, automount comes right up on reboot


However, given CentOS6 clients using ipa-client-3.0.0-47.el6 and IPA server 4.1.0, what is the highest /secure/ level i can achieve without manually intervening?

autofs_ldap_auth.conf is currently

<autofs_ldap_sasl_conf
    usetls="yes"
    tlsrequired="no"
    authrequired="no"
    authtype="GSSAPI"
         clientprinc="host/ipa.bluebolt.local@BLUEBOLT.LOCAL"
/>


- cal sawyer


On 11/12/15 13:25, Cal Sawyer wrote:
Hi

After getting autofs working using automountmaps in IPA, i've discovered that upon rebooting a client i have no automounts. If i ssh into the client and obtain a ticket as admin, after restarting autofs (as root), I can once again see access automounted directories. Until then, user logins which depend on network home mount consistently fail

Question is, how can this be made automatic on reboot?

thanks

- cal sawyer

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