Centos 7 sssd vs AD - logon issues

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edg91
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Centos 7 sssd vs AD - logon issues

Post by edg91 » 2016/01/18 11:12:35

Hello centos users, :)

I am facing stranges issues on a centos 7 workstation configured following this tutorial :
https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/wiki/Conf ... _ad_server

My sssd version is 1.13.0, and ad_gpo_access_control is set to disabled in my sssd.conf on the centos 7 workstation.

If I am using my AD account, I can only logon through ssh.
If I am tring to logon through lightdm or tty, session is resetted :
- though lightdm xserver restarts, sssd log gives "sssd[krb5_child ... Unknown code UUz 1"
- through tty I get a message "Cannot make/remove an entry for the specified session" message and a "sssd[krb5_child ... Permission denied"

I am also using this sssd configuration with fedora 23, It is well working.

I have written and opened a ticket here : https://fedorahosted.org/sssd/ticket/2889
But this site is concerning more fedora than centos.
Has someone faced this kind of issue ?

Best Regards

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