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Apr
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accepted Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Apr
15
revised Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
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Apr
15
reviewed Close Zywall IPSEC config for remote shares using ipsecuritas
Apr
14
comment Which ports are required in order to authenticate against a ldap server in another domain which is behind a firewall?
Thanks for your answer, I'll try it tomorrow when i'm at work and will let you know.
Apr
14
answered Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Apr
14
comment Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
I didn't downvote you mate.
Apr
14
comment Linux-NTP: What could cause high offset in some servers while all of them reside on the same network sigment and are configured the same?
I'm actually not that familiar with NTP so it's good to know it's milliseconds rather than seconds. I've set it up about 20 minutes before asking the question and I thank you for the extra info regarding the reliability, if you'll create an answer I'll accept it. Thanks again.
Apr
14
asked Linux-NTP: What could cause high offset in some servers while all of them reside on the same network sigment and are configured the same?
Apr
14
accepted Which ports are required in order to authenticate against a ldap server in another domain which is behind a firewall?
Apr
14
comment Which ports are required in order to authenticate against a ldap server in another domain which is behind a firewall?
Thanks for your answer Sven, but active directory also uses kerberos for authentication as far as I know, does it not require to open another port?
Apr
14
asked Which ports are required in order to authenticate against a ldap server in another domain which is behind a firewall?
Apr
14
comment Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Feel free to ask for any logs you need, and I'll edit my answer to include them.
Apr
13
revised Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
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Apr
13
comment Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Please check my edit #1, thanks.
Apr
13
revised Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
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Apr
13
comment SSSD Authentication
Can you please elaborate? an example could be nice.
Apr
13
asked Linux-SSSD: always getting incorrect password when su'ing to domain users, but why?
Apr
13
comment Puppet: How does hierarchy work if a role is matched?
I had a typo there, lost = load , sorry
Apr
13
accepted Puppet: How does hierarchy work if a role is matched?
Apr
13
comment Puppet: How does hierarchy work if a role is matched?
Thanks, I'll check it now, please check my Edit #2, thanks.