*sudo* rules now work correctly when `default_domain_suffix` is set or when including a fully-qualified name
Previously, the *sudo* utility did not correctly evaluate a *sudo* rule in these situations:
* When the `default_domain_suffix` option was used in the `/etc/sssd/sssd.conf` file
* When the *sudo* rule used a fully-qualified user name
As a consequence, the *sudo* rule did not work. With this update, the System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) modifies *sudo* rules so that *sudo* evaluates them correctly in the described situation.