On 7 Jun 2014 18:38, steve <steve(a)steve-ss.com> wrote:
Yes, same here. Even though bind allows the signed updates from sssd, we
don't need them. We can authenticate using sssd no matter what IP is
assigned and no matter what is stored in AD. Maybe the ddns requirement
could be removed from the default ad-backend?
You can hijack a keytab from another machine and use it for sssd, so correct DNS really
doesn't matter for pure sssd operation. You'll only cause bother for things using
kerberos auth as a service (say samba/http/NFS/SSH), which if you like such things is a