Recently I needed to import hundreds of users from the UNIX standard files /etc/passwd and friends to a new IPA server, and I found Robert Crittenden's excellent sketch of a Python program to do the import:


  https://www.redhat.com/archives/freeipa-users/2010-September/msg00105.html

I extended it to and asked for and received for permission to publish the derived work under the MIT license. This new set of scripts supports importing groups, group members, shadow passwords, and has some configuration parameters baked into the scripts themselves. There is also a script to unlock a locked account (such as admin if it gets locked) via LDAP in the distribution. These scripts are now available here:

  https://github.com/obscureorganization/ipa-tools

Further dialog with @rcritten yielded an issue for improving performance, I welcome contributions in the form of email posts or pull requests:

  https://github.com/obscureorganization/ipa-tools/issues/1

Thanks again go to Robert Crittenden and Red Hat for everything you've done to improve identity management!


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