A really good point however I'm fortunate enough that the only items
authentication are applications.  I agree with you also that it's a bit of
a Pandoras box; I've decided that it's best to leave the systems in default
state and use a tool like PWM for this self service component.

On Wed, Mar 9, 2016 at 12:37 AM Petr Spacek <pspa...@redhat.com> wrote:

> On 8.3.2016 15:29, Matt Wells wrote:
> > For my use case it is.  Essentially the system will be application auth
> for
> > separate groups that have no need to know of one another, almost a
> > multi-tenant mode.  I wanted to expose a 'self service' url.  I've found
> a
> > community ipa portal for password resets and perhaps that with slight
> > changes can resolve this.  I understand why it's that way but had hoped
> to
> > be able to apply a bit more of an ACI; I've been able to ratchet the
> > accounts down to just this one item thus far by restricting access to
> > attributes.  I appreciate the response and if / when I find a solution
> I'll
> > post it for anyone else that would require it.
>
> Be sure you fully think though your use cases and understand the
> implications.
>
> E.g. if the LDAP is used by unix clients, locking it down to one user or
> group
> may prevent clients from translating UIDs to names and vice-versa, prevent
> resolving group membership etc. That would certainly break things.
>
> In this case you might want to craft ACI which exposes POSIX attributes
> only
> and nothing else or so.
>
> Again, think about it :-)
>
> Petr^2 Spacek
>
> > On Mon, Mar 7, 2016 at 11:05 PM, Prashant Bapat <prash...@apigee.com>
> wrote:
> >
> >> A user will be able to list all other users and be able to read their
> >> attributes. But will not be able to change anything.
> >>
> >> Is that an issue ? I mean on a Linux box you can read /etc/passwd file
> >> which has info about all users on that box. This doesn't cause issues.
> >>
> >> On 8 March 2016 at 03:03, Matt Wells <matt.we...@mosaic451.com> wrote:
> >>
> >>> Hi all, I had a quick question.  I swear I had this before but that
> could
> >>> be the voices telling me it's true....
> >>> A normal user is logging into IPA (4.2.0) and filling in their phone
> >>> number and info no problem.  However when that user clicks on accounts
> >>> above they are then able to peruse the entire directory and all the
> other
> >>> user accounts.
> >>> I'm trying to remove that but for the life of me can't recall the ACI
> or
> >>> where that may be.
> >>>
> >>> I really appreciate it, I'll continue to search through the previous
> >>> questions and if I find it before a reply will mark this closed with
> the
> >>> link.
> >>> Thank you all -
> >>> Wells
>
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