I've configured a FreeIPA (2.2) server (with DNS) on a freshly installed CentOS 6.3 machine.I would like to have Samba (same machine) authenticate with FreeIPA. I've been thr... [by Merlin8000]
on 11/06/2012 – Made popular on 11/06/2012
Would like to know your opinion about RHEL's IPA product.
With latest release of SAMBA software package, 2 software products can provide nearly same function in regards authentication. DO you think REHL will dump freeipa in favor of SAMBA or will stick with it as centralized authentication provider?
I have a vcenter appliance and freeipa running in my environment. There are no windows machines at all, nor will there be. I have setup vca to authenticate via LDAP to IPA and this works PER USER. the issue im having is even when defining the groups context, i can not see any groups, and the freeipa users lack SSO capabilities.
We are configuring Freeipa for our LDAP system.
Things seem to work okay when we try and log in with our domain accounts on the LDAP server. But when we try to loggon to the slave it closes the connection.
There is an option in authconfig-tui to configure IPA.
I am planning to migrate from OpenLDAP to FreeIPA Server.
My OpenLDAP Server required Authentication before fetching the Entries from LDAP.
I am not able to get the details at FreeIPA web site.
I would appreciate if someone could please help me.
Thanks in advance.
Can vCenter authenticate against FreeIPA instead of Active Directory? If so, how would you set it up?
We have a pure Linux environment (CentOS) and need to have vCenter are our VM's have the same users. vCenter is deployed as a Linux appliance. Would prefer not to have a Windows machine in our environment.
We currently use FreeIPA so support a centralized repository of our SSH Pubkeys which are the only thing allowed to be used for logging in to our servers. We have installed a Centos 7 machine (up to date) with IPA 3.3.3 (from the default repo) and immediately upon install, the webui is excruciatingly slow. After adding users and hosts, the slowness remains.