Thanks, I ran ipa-compat-manage status and it shows Plugin enabled. I'll
have a look at the link and see if we can change the query to obtain the
*Hanoz Elavia |* IT Manager
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On Wed, Feb 22, 2017 at 8:34 AM, Alexander Bokovoy <aboko...@redhat.com>
> On ke, 22 helmi 2017, Hanoz Elavia wrote:
>> Thanks Alex,
>> Does it also means that I'll have to install the FreeIPA server with
>> --enable-compat ? I didn't do that.
> check ipa-compat-manage tool.
>> *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 7:22 AM, Alexander Bokovoy <aboko...@redhat.com>
>> On ke, 22 helmi 2017, Hanoz Elavia wrote:
>>> Hey Alex,
>>>> 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.
>>>> I think you are confused by the names. What Compat tree provides is an
>>> interface on IPA side to look up identities of AD users and groups over
>>> LDAP. Compat tree will do lookup through SSSD on your behalf. This means
>>> we don't depend on how Windows side provides or does not provide
>>> Everything SSSD can resolve, can be returned, be it stored in AD LDAP,
>>> generated by SSSD, or stored in ID overrides in IPA.
>>> But the query format is the one described in RFC 2307 because this is
>>> what all nss implementations like nss_ldap or similar ones use in
>>> UNIX-like environments. Windows Server is merely implementing the same
>>> LDAP schema to allow interoperability with the same clients. Think of
>>> Compat Tree in IPA as doing the same, just dynamically.
>>> / Alexander Bokovoy
> / Alexander Bokovoy
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