I have completed changed the scenario and I managed to install
freeipa-server 4.1 (Somebody publish the right repo for Centos and it
worked really well)
--Let me double check a couple of things. You wrote you installed
PassSync on Windows 2013 (which could be a typo?) We support
I am having a look at the documentation again..
And having version 1.1.6 of the PassSync tool means:
[**] 389-PassSync-1.1.6disables SSLv3 by default.
And I can see in the LDAP Info from IPA that SSLv3 and SSLv2 as OFF..
So, theoretically, it should work as SSLv3 is disable on both?
I have successfully setup an AD--- freeipa Model and joining bits and
pieces from 389-ds I have setup a oneWaySinc fromWindows.
The issue I got for the last week is the pasword sync which does not
seem to work at all, it does not matter what I do in the AD server I
never get the passwords
Thanks very much for the quick reply. And that was exactly the bit I
never fully understood, till now.
is it known anyway of synchronising the passwords? Any recommendations
on those regards?
On 12/03/2015 22:13, Rich Megginson wrote:
On 03/12/2015 03:07 PM, Gonzalo Fernandez
Yes, I can also include that.
The configuration I was showing was a simple one, mainly I focused on
the library set as it is usually the most problematic part in old
distributions, but I will also include your comment as indeed makes more
As I was suggesting in the post, sssd
Yes, you are right.
I was using the enumerate on my testing
I forgot to disable the enumerate when I was templating the configuration.
On 30/03/2015 07:21, Lukas Slebodnik wrote:
On (30/03/15 05:36), g.fer.or...@unicyber.co.uk wrote:
Not sure if I am missing any bit but this was
You need the development package. that should be popt-devel
If you are still using amazon you have to modify the sources to include
Otherwise if you feel very crafty you can get to a site such us:
http://rpm.pbone.net/ and look for the relevant development package
which got the
Not sure if this might be related, at least is a place where to look at..
On 31/03/2015 10:54, Markus Roth wrote:
I want setup freeipa 4.1.3 on a fresh installed fedora 21.
The ipa-server-install shows the following
My personal experience using AWS Linux and LDAP is not a good one and
mostly an utter nightmare in relation to packages.
Personally I would recommend you to keep away from AWS Linux and get a
Centos, Fedora or Redhat.
Still, if you want to go ahead, I can give you the right versions for
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On Fri, Mar 27, 2015 at 1:03 PM, Gonzalo Fernandez Ordas
g.fer.or...@unicyber.co.uk mailto:g.fer.or...@unicyber.co.uk wrote:
I have to test a few options to see how I can overcome that issue.
A pity as I nearly got everything setup in full.
Any findings I will get back to the list as this might be relevant for
On 25/03/2015 19:56, Rob Crittenden wrote:
Gonzalo Fernandez Ordas wrote:
Exactly the document i was having a look at.
In simple words,is possible to work this around and how,?
Otherwise i have to drop freeipa and get back to 389_ds as still seems fully
ldap sssd compatible.
Have you got any doc clearly stating how to get this done?
I really invested many days on
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