> to preserve compatibility, I'd like to map the AD users'
> to a local Linux group.
Mixing local groups with LDAP groups is not supported by sssd.
BTW do you use POSIX attributes from AD or do you use ID mapping?
We use ID mapping
(even if we already have POSIX extended attributes in AD and some day in the future this
In case of ID mapping we generate group for user. It has the same
as use UID.
> I don't want to add every AD user to the row in /etc/group
and I don't
> want to change default primary group of users in AD.
> Is there a group mapping function in SSSD? Or am I completely wrong?
What is your use case or what do you want to achieve?
We have some local,
applicative users, living in various dirs under /home but developers are allowed to access
the server by SSH/SCP only using personal AD credentials. Then they want to be able to
modify files freely without "su"-ing to applicative user.
Applicative dirs already have local group permissions that I cannot change; if I could put
AD users in this groups, not one by one but mapping local group to existing AD security
group, it would be great!
Am I wrong?