URL: https://github.com/SSSD/sssd/pull/43
Title: #43: RESPONDER: Enable sudoRule in case insen. domains​ (1.14)

celestian commented:
So, I set ```case_sensitive = preserving``` and:
ssh -l TEsT@scorpion.domain
TEsT@scorpion.domain@'s password: 
[teST@scorpion.domain@client2 ~]$ sudo less /etc/sssd/sssd.conf
still works. AD user was ```teST```.
I comment ```case_sensitive = preserving``` and it works again.

AD domain is case insensitive and sudo works for different (case) version of 
login name. Is there any other corner case, please?

(For example I am not sure if sudoRule have to be applicable on local user. I 
didn't think about it.)

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