On 10/18/18 4:34 PM, Ben Archuleta via FreeIPA-users wrote:
I am in the process of setting up a FreeIPA server to replace an ancient
NIS (last updated in 2013-ish). I can manually recreate the accounts
(about 280) for the most part but the issue I can’t seem to work around
is migrating the passwords over. From what I can tell there is no way to
carry over the hashes as they are and it looks like my only option is to
goto each person and have them re-input their password into FreeIPA.
Is there a tool that can help with this issue or any tips from people
who have upgraded from a NIS to IPA?
did you have a look at this wiki?
Once the users are imported, each user can go to the migration web page:
and re-enter his password. This will generate the kerberos hash for the
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