Thanks for the link, isn't RFC 2307 implemented as Services for Unix in
Windows 2008 R2? Apologies for not mentioning this earlier but I haven't
enabled that mainly because SSSD now maps the IDs. Also, in the newer
version of the Windows Server, SFU seems to have been discontinued.
Since there is a possibility of us having to upgrade in the future, I tried
to keep SFU out of the picture. Please let me know your thoughts. Here's
some additional info regarding the environment:
Windows ADs: Windows Server 2008 R2
FreeIPA Server: CentOS 7.2 x86_64
FreeIPA Server Version: 184.108.40.206
FreeIPA Client Version: 220.127.116.11
SSSD Version: 1.14.0-43
*Hanoz Elavia |* IT Manager
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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 7:05 AM, Hanoz Elavia <h.ela...@atomiccartoons.com>
> Thanks guys,
> I think there might be a way to modify the LDAP query. I'm speaking to the
> EMC / Dell support personnel today to see what can be done.
> *Hanoz Elavia |* IT Manager
> *O:* 604-734-2866 *|* *www.atomiccartoons.com
> 112 West 6th Ave, Vancouver, BC, Canada, V5Y1K6
> On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 6:50 AM, Alexander Bokovoy <aboko...@redhat.com>
>> On ke, 22 helmi 2017, Jason B. Nance wrote:
>>> There is none. Compat tree is built with RFC2307 queries in mind.
>>>> RFC2307 clients issue a request with a specific user or group name and
>>>> that triggers lookup of AD user/group through SSSD and insertion into
>>>> the compat tree. A part of the trigger is how LDAP filter is built (see
>>>> RFC for those). If your software does not use the same filter, you
>>>> wouldn't get a response.
>>> Are you saying that there is an LDAP query you can use to retrieve the
>>> UID/GID of a user/group that is known via an AD trust as long as the
>>> filter is correct? I ran into this same situation (with a storage
>>> appliance) and thought that the problem was that the UIDs/GIDs were
>>> calculated but never stored, but I hadn't stopped to think about how
>>> whether sssd (on the local machine) retrieves them from FreeIPA or does
>>> the calculation.
>> Read https://pagure.io/slapi-nis/blob/master/f/doc/ipa/sch-ipa.txt
>> / Alexander Bokovoy
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