On Fri, Jun 27, 2014 at 12:24:44PM +0000, Teemu Keinonen wrote:
I’m configuring CentOS 6.5 server to authenticate users and sudo rights against local
Samba 4.1.8 (compiled from source). Sssd is 1.9.2 from package repository. User
authentication works OK, I can log in with user that exists only in Samba but sudoing with
the same user fails. After hours of trying I still can’t get it right, sssd_sudo receives
0 rules from samba. Doing ldapsearch with criteria from logs do return sudoer entries as
below. Am I missing something obvious?
Below are (in order) ldapsearch, ssssd.conf and sssd_default.log (part which I think
[root@dc1 sssd]# ldapsearch -h dc1 -Y GSSAPI -b OU=SUDOers,DC=teemu,DC=local
SASL/GSSAPI authentication started
SASL username: administrator(a)TEEMU.LOCAL
I wonder if this ^^ could be the issue.
SSSD authenticates as the host itself, you seem to have authenticated as
the administrator. Maybe there are some ACIs on the server preventing
SSSD from accessing the rules?
Can you try:
kinit -k -t /etc/krb5.sssd.keytab dc1$(a)TEEMU.LOCAL
before the ldapsearch?
btw your config file contains both GSSAPI configuration and a bind user,
I suppose you can remove the latter?