On Wed, 2016-03-02 at 01:20 +1100, PARTH MONGA wrote:
Thanks for the prompt reply.
I understood that cross forest transitive trust is not possible with sssd
But can we make this realistic by introducing freeipa with sssd?
I've checked there documentation seems like they only support domains in a
forest not and to another forest.
Is this even possible without creating a trust with the second domain
directly using freeipa?
The Windows cross-forest trust model does not allow transitive trusts
This is not a limitation of FreeIPA, it's by Microsoft's design (based
on various security reasons).
On Tue, Mar 1, 2016 at 6:21 PM, Jakub Hrozek <jhrozek(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Mar 01, 2016 at 12:10:30AM -0000, kprprl(a)gmail.com wrote:
> > Hi List,
> > I am using sssd-1.13 to authenticate my linux clients against Active
> > Got this working too.
> > Now we have an incoming one way trust from another domain.
> > So here is the scenario:
> > AD1: dom1.com
- One-way incoming trust from AD2.
> > AD2: dom2.com
- One-way outgoing trust to AD1.
> > LinuxClient1: member of AD1/dom1.com
> > Can lookup User1(Created in AD1/DOM1): Linux1>$id AD1\User1 - OK
> > Can't lookup User2(Created in AD2/DOM2) Linux1>$id AD2\User2 - Not OK.
> > SSSD is configured with AD1 domain.
> > Is this kind of configuration possible with SSSD and sssd-ad provider
> because i am able to achieve the above using likewise but not sssd.
> > Please show some light on this.
> Not supported at the moment short of joining the client to the two
> forests and defining two [domain] sections.
> It's planned but we're not there yet:
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