Every time I restart on my workstation, I am getting errors with authentication
ipa: ERROR: Ticket expired
$ kinit myuser
Password for myuser(a)HOME.MYDOMAIN.COM: ******
$ ipa cert-show 1
Issuing CA: ipa
Subject: CN=Certificate Authority,O=HOME.MYDOMAIN.COM
Issuer: CN=Certificate Authority,O=HOME.MYDOMAIN.COM
Not Before: Thu Sep 19 01:27:28 2019 UTC
Not After: Mon Sep 19 01:27:28 2039 UTC
Serial number: 1
Serial number (hex): 0x1
$ ipa pwpolicy-show global_policy
Max lifetime (days): 20000
Min lifetime (hours): 1
History size: 0
Character classes: 0
Min length: 8
Max failures: 21
Failure reset interval: 60
Lockout duration: 600
Usage: ipa [global-options] COMMAND [command-options]
Manage an IPA domain
Then, I have to restart services that failed (like autofs) in order to mount NFSv4 properly. Problem is - I have to do it every time I restart machine.
Is there any additional step I should take on my workstation ?
I am currently in the process of migrating from a LDAP server to IPA installed on a Centos 8 instance.
I been following these instructions on importing users from the LDAP server https://access.redhat.com/documentation/en-us/red_hat_enterprise_linux/7/... but it's asking for the Directory Manager password, I took over position very recently and there is a password which is supposed to be for that account but it's not accepted.
Is it possible with the ipa migrate-ds to specify another user, i'd say no since the docs doesn't mention anything but I thought that I ask, or is it possible to use a ldif file to import the users?
Today we did not manage to enroll new hosts with our enrollment user.
The only thing we changed is that we added the Permission "System:
Remove hosts" to the "Host Enrollment" role. The error we get is:
Joining realm failed: Failed to parse result: Insufficient access rights
Retrying with pre-4.0 keytab retrieval method...
Failed to parse result: Insufficient access rights
Failed to get keytab!
Failed to get keytab
child exited with 9
When I try to add the same host with my admin user it works without any
I am trying to add a host through FreeIPA UI , and followed the below procedure.
Click on Hosts Tab> Add> enter details like Hostname, IP , and checked force And ADD.
My host is added but , under Enrollment section i see Kerberos Key not Present.
How could i add this Kerberos Key. so i could login into this added host using LDAP user? Please help.
I have seen more threats like this but not exactly this topic.
I am setting up an IPA server in a existing internal domain on a B-class network range . I have already a DNS server running for this domain, but it holds only a C-class network range.
I tried to setup the IPA server with the "ipa-server-install --setup-dns --no-forwarders --auto-reverse --allow-zone-overlap" options but this does not work and results in the disability to create PTR records for any network range in my domain. + it than needs the existing DNS server as forwarder to be able to resolve global addresses.
I intent to install the IPA server as qualified DNS server for my domain , next to the existing DNS server and when setup, decommission the existing
Any help would be appreciated
Is it possible to add email subjectAltName to a certificate when it is
being signed by the IPA?
My use case is that I have CSRs generated by the users. The tool used to
generate the CSR does not allow to add me to include an email
subjectAltName. The problem is that private key is held on the external
device, so I am not easily able to manipulate the CSR using openssl.
I already have a specific certificate profile added to IPA, used for
this process. But I am not sure if it is possible to enforce adding SAN
with user's email address when signing the certificate. I'd be grateful
for any hints.
git clone https://github.com/freeipa/freeipa-container.git
docker run --name freeipa-server-container -ti -h ipa.example.test --read-only -v /tmp/ip-data :/data:Z freeipa-server --sysctl net.ipv6.conf.all.disable_ipv6=1
tar: etc/sysconfig/selinux: Cannot utime: No such file or directory
tar: Exiting with failure status due to previous errors
I'm running DockerDesktop 2.0.4, OSX 10.13.6.
Is there a set of commands that will work?
I've got a three-node replicating FreeIPA cluster running in AWS with a
one-way trust to an Active Directory domain.
Things work well with respect to user overrides and RBAC rules affecting
client machines but I can't for the life of me figure out the order of
operations for allowing a couple of external AD users to have admin
access to the FreeIPA webUI itself.
There are 3 AD users I'd like to give WebUI admin access to.
So far I've tried the standard stuff I've used for non-IPA clients:
1) make group "corp_admins_external" populated with external
2) Make group "corp_admins_posix" populated with the
3) Added corp_admins_posix group to the admin group
Best I've been able to do so far is give myself login access to just the
user self-service page and even then that failed until
oddjob-mkhomedir() was running and enabled under authconfig
Is there a guide or a documentation set specific to granting admin
access to the webUI for forms-based login users?
We are working on getting smart card authentication working using pinpad card readers for improved security.
To do this we use:
FreeIPA Server is running on Fedora32 with latest updates. FreeIPA is also configured to be Certificate Authority.
FreeIPA Clients are Fedora 32 based with latest updates with connected usb card reader Gemalto C700 with pinpad, we use several user individual SmartCard HSM 4K with FreeIPA signed certificates on them. FreeIPA Clients run OpenSC and are configured to use smartcard certificate based authentication, setup per Smartare HSM best practice. Further clients are using SSSD and not PAM_PKCS#11.
All working great using smartcard for authentication, as long not enabling the pinpad in opensc.
If doing so we are prompted for the PIN not only in the pinpad reader but also GDM prompts you to enter PIN on keyboard.
Expected result is to be logged in directly after entering correct PIN code on pinpad reader, not being prompted by GDM to enter PIN on keyboard as well.
If enabling pinpad, login gets a bit odd:
1. Fedora 32 workstation GDM menu prompts a few users that can login
2. Smartcard is inserted in reader
3. GDM blanks out the screen and smartcard reader prompts to enter PIN.
4. Entering pin on smartcard reader followed by pressing ok button on smartcard reader at getting result Pin OK in reader display.
5. GDM now prompts for entering PIN on keyboard, this is unexpected, instead of being logged in to the window manager, here Gnome or xfce.
6. Any number can be entered, it does not matter, followed by hitting enter.
7. Once again smartcard reader now prompts for PIN.
8. Entering PIN on the smartcard pinpad reader followed by pressing pinpad ok button.
9. You are now logged in, and all is normal. If ripping out the smartcard from reader the screen locks, as expected.
What could this be, anyone who have seen this before or know how to set it up ?