System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) - This project provides a set of daemons to manage access to remote directories and authentication mechanisms, it provides an NSS and PAM interface toward the system and a pluggable backend system to connect to multiple different account sources. It is also the ...

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vsFTPd authenticating with SSSD

I am currently trying to setup an FTP sever that authenticates through Active Directory using SSSD. My config files are as follows: /etc/vsftpd/vsftpd: [root@StudentOrgFTP vsftpd]# cat vsftpd.conf ...
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SL7.1 (EL7.1) realm discover not discovering

Dabbling with joining an SciLinux 7.1 (EL7.1) box to an AD domain running on windows 2008R2 64bit. Following the Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 Windows Integration Guide: $ sudo realm discover -v ...
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SSSD process won't die

Thanks for taking the time to check out my problem. I'm currently working on an issue that has only appeared once before. Back on Jan 3rd when this first appeared we were able to reboot the server ...
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How to authenticate to CentOS7 using LDAP if the posixAccount objectClass is unavailable?

Aim: authenticate to CentOS7 using LDAP Problems 1) User cannot be found calling ldap_search_ext with ...
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Samba4 share permissions not resolving correctly on server

I'm a bit new to Samba4 and using it as an AD DC. I have a functioning server but seem to be having permissions issues. Currently, if I create a folder (from Windows) in a Samba share, the ...
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Creating AD SPNs with realmd/sssd on Cent7

Is it possible to use the system tools provided by realmd/sssd on a CentOS7 system to create and write out service principals for Apache and other servers? Or are we still reliant on other tools, ...
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'realm join --client-software sssd' on centos-7 joins two realms (one with sssd and one with winbind)

On clean installed centos-7 host: realm join -U foo --client-software sssd AD.EXAMPLE.COM After running realm list output looks initially like this: AD.EXAMPLE.COM type: kerberos realm-name: ...
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sssd can't save user. Missing uid

I am trying to sync my Debian server using sssd. When i run the getent passwd username@domain, the user is not returned. The log says it's because i am missing an uid from the ldap lookup. However, i ...
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389-ds and openldap client setup

I am working towards a proof concept: I have installed 389-dc on centos and enabled ssl via a self-signed certificate. (after a lot of reading) I can see the port 636 is listening on the centos ...
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Can sssd-ldap authenticate non-posix users?

I am migrating a sealed MSA from using pam_ldap to pam_sss (sssd-ldap). However, pam_sss seems to have having trouble authenticating users without uidNumbers. I had thought changing ...
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CentOS 6.4 SSSD + GDM problems

I'm having an issue where using SSSD it will not bring up a full desktop when using GDM. It seems to get to where it appears to be loading the desktop, then X crashes/stops then reloads GDM. If i ...
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Fedora 389 ds sasl mapping issue?

I have a fedora client that is authenticating to a centos server running 389 ds and kerberos I can run kinit <my-user-principal> on the fedora client successfully and get a ticket, but no ...
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What are the dependencies of sssd/nscd to function?

What are the dependencies of sssd to function as an LDAP-client? What are the dependencies of nscd to function as an LDAP-client? Does sssd need openldap to function as an LDAP-client? Does nscd?
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Samba Shares Without Using Winbind

I am curious if it is possible to use samba shares without using winbind. In our current environment we are using SSSD, Kerberos, and Samba to complete the required tasks such as joining the windows ...
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Sudo Access for Active Directory Groups

I have my Linux machine connected to AD but I am unable to get sudo privileges. I can sign on using AD credentials, but sudo doesn't work. I have looked at everything I can find and everyone says to ...
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LDAP with SSSD: force user to change password - 'ShadowLastChange' not working

I have CentOS6, with LDAP user authentication, using OpenLDAP and SSSD. I'm trying to force user to change the password. According to this ServerFault question I tried to set ShadowLastChange to 0, ...
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need help writing puppet module for sssd.conf using Hiera

I need to build a module to manage /etc/sssd/sssd.conf on our Red Hat VMs. The sssd modules published on the forge don't seem to do what I want, nor do I feel like forking any of them. I want to keep ...
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Groups with local and LDAP users

I'm exploring the idea of authenticating users on some RHEL 6.4 boxes using LDAP. I'm using sssd with an LDAP provider, and setting the nsswitch.conf file to use sss for passwd/shadow/group. How can ...
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Join Ubuntu 14.04 LTS with Active Directory using realm, sssd and adcli

I'm setting up a new network with a Windows 2012 machine running AD DS. I have several Ubuntu 14.04 I want to join in the domain for authentication. I've managed to do so on one of these servers using ...
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SSO Linux and AD Trusted Domain

Having successfully built a one-way trust between 2 AD domains, we can't lookup/id the user in the trusted domain. Here's our use case. AD1: dom1.com (Win2k8 R2) - One-way outgoing trust to AD2 ...
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OpenLDAP client certificate giving “Unable to find the certificate or key necessary for authentication”

Initial setup of system I have an OpenLDAP server running on SLC6.5 and a client running Fedora 20. The server and client are both running OpenLDAP 2.4.39 which is built with Mozilla NSS as its SSL ...
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How do I use simple_allow_groups with AD groups that have no GID in CENTOS 7

We just built a few test CentOS 7 boxes, and the configuration that we were using for 6.5 is not working for us. As best we can tell, it comes down to using simple_allow_groups and using AD groups ...
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Samba Server needs to have AD authentication

My Linux server is connected to AD via Bind DN and password (without domain joining). It is using sssd for authentication. I am able to ssh and login without any issue. I have a proper setup of uid ...