Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1000005
[RFE] Cannot allow/deny users, groups from other trusted domains using "realm permit <user@domain>"
Last modified: 2015-04-14 06:15:56 EDT
Description of problem:
In case of trusted domains, realmd fails to validate all the trusted domains.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Join to an AD domain sssdad.com via realmd
2. Now try to permit an user from another trusted domain sssdad1.com
# realm permit email@example.com
See: journalctl REALMD_OPERATION=r2005410.20779
realm: Couldn't change permitted logins: Invalid login argument 'firstname.lastname@example.org' does not match the login format.
realmd fails to permit the user from the trusted domain
realmd should relax domain validation, and should permit users from other domains.
The trusted domains are discovered on the fly, so currently I don't see a way of validating them. Maybe there could be a switch for realm permit that would override the check?
(In reply to Jakub Hrozek from comment #2)
> The trusted domains are discovered on the fly, so currently I don't see a
> way of validating them. Maybe there could be a switch for realm permit that
> would override the check?
Does sssd allow use of trusted domains in the simple allow/deny config lines? If so, in which version of sssd was this added? I remember us discussing it, but must have missed the resolution.
In my opinion, this point we should bump this to RHEL 7.1 (or later). This is (or was until recently) a fundamental limitation of sssd.
Not at the moment, the simple provider didn't even support FQDNs at all until recently.
We'll be adding subdomain support in time for 7.0. But I agree this realmd RFE is not critical for 7.0.
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