On 11/12/2014 05:26 PM, Karim wrote:
i have a very complex/large AD setup which SSSD successfully
integrated the Linux machine onto it.
now after acquiring another company we have to integrate a separate AD
forest which is now trusted by our forest root.
I understand that SSSD won't work with external trusts and only
support the same forest.
what is the best practice to allow authentication from the new trusted
on my test lab
I added the new forest to a new domain section, then used adcli to
create a computer account on the new forest.
so technically this Linux machine is now joined to two domains
klist -k show correct entries for both forests
nothing i changed in krb5.conf
my tests are positive and i was able to login both forests from my
is this supported scenario and what is the best practice when having
Yes it is so far is the only option how it can be done. There is no
HowTo because so far no one actually did this in open and shared.
I am not sure I get the second part of your question.
Are you asking how to do do it with two forests? The answer is define
two domains as you did it.
If you asking what would be done in future then once we implement
you would need just a single
any detailed guidance will be highly appreciated (no documentation
about this except for IPA which we don't use)
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