[SSSD-users] Login with Enterprise Principal Name with AD backend
longina at sdu.dk
Mon May 26 10:33:59 UTC 2014
How? In fact, to late, already got it.
What about schema for Posix users? It wasn't there before sfu.
> Hello Steve, thank you for the fast reply. I was aware of the AD ldap schema.
> I’m avoiding to mess with Unix specific atributes inside AD because Microsoft started the decommissioning of Unix Services. Today still exists hacks to enable the UNIX Attributes tab in the User Preferences, but they can only be enabled activating Services for NIS from the Powershell.
> I know it’s an option, but the whole point of using SSSD is to avoid messing with AD. If it’s impossible to achieve in the SSSD side, that will be the solution for the second issue.
> Thank you,
> Hi there,
> So what is the scenario for minimal possible AD mess - do not use at all Posix Attributes?
> If we don't plan to use Nis services, but need Posix schema and Posix attributes for searching uid/gid /autofs maps- are we not safe?
> It is important decision for our project, as we are just about to ask for "messing AD" by attaching gid number for existing AD groups and keep gid number assigning for all groups created in the future.
> It seems to be the rightest way to achieve unique uid/gid on the Linux clients, as we have different kind of storage (Sun storage) often with own algorithm of resolving Uids&group id from SID in AD forest with trusted domains.
> I even don't know how much mess is it with assigning gid number to all
> AD groups - is it just a piece of cake which MS admins would love? ;(
> What could be the safe concept (not IPA yet ) for AD Linux integration with sssd to be on the safe side against MS decommissioning of Unix Services ?
You do not need sfu to use posix attributes in AD.
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