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How to set “sudoers” in nsswitch.conf on Solaris-11

I am doing this on Solaris 11. When i open '/etc/nsswitch.conf' i see this - ... sudoers: files ... I would like to change this to - ... sudoers: files ldap ... I tried editing the file ...
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Sudo Command Alias option equivalent in OpenLDAP

I have an OpenLDAP installation that manages Sudo as well. Everytime I create a sudoers role, I have to list the commands that that sudoers role can run. This leads to a lot of repetition. Is there ...
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Strange PATH when use sudoers via ldap

I have a working LDAP authentication environment. LDAP server is on ubuntu 12.04 machine while client are all centos 6.4 machines. Recently I configure sudoers in LDAP following this article ...
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Configure LDAP for SUDO Support on Ubuntu Server 12.04

I'm running into some issues finishing my LDAP install. I used the following article to try the sudoers schema configured: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=1421998 When I run ldapadd -x -D ...
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I can't make sudo su on old version CentOS with LDAP

I configured many servers with the option to make "sudo su" with ldap users, and works fine. But in 2 servers (CentOS 5.7 and 5.5) this option show me an error: [user] is not in the sudoers ...
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Error importing sudoers ldif schema to Active Directory

As per this question, we are on the process of migrating our sudoers file to Active Directory. As per the documentation, this requires importing the schema.ActiveDirectory LDIF which comes with the ...
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RHEL4/CentOS4 setting up SUDOERS from LDAP

I built the server based on this guide, but i skipped the samba part. (CentOS 5.x Samba Domain Controller With LDAP Backend) I added in sudoers support based on this guide. (Sudoers LDAP Manual) ...