In my tests I created a VM an in which I also created (by anaconda) my
username with a different uid. On live systems this does not pose an issue.
So, self-created non-issue.
On 01/07/2019 15:56, Charles Hedrick wrote:
It’s hard to guess without seeing your system:
* pam should be set to check both local password and sssd. If the first fails you need to
* /etc/nsswitch.conf should probably put files before sss
* user info in /etc/passwd should be the same as in IPA. If the UID or group is different
I could imagine weird effects
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