I don't think such a feature exists, but it should not be hard to build
a table of the mappings (in an automated fashion, say using a bash or
python script) and then write another script to use the table to rewrite
I've done this for a client before so know it is possible.
Chris Paul - Rex Consulting
On 7/13/20 4:19 AM, Vjay wrote:
> Hi Friends,
> As a security requirement, we have to migrate LDAP servers from one active directory
domain to other active directory domain. Old active directory LDAP servers are providing
unix attributes for linux servers(centos 7) while new active directory LDAP servers
don't so we have to migrate unix attribute management to sssd, which will change
userid and groupid of all users.
> Does SSSD provide feature to keep / store userid and groupid from old domain of users
so we don't have change file ownership on linux server side for the files owned by
active directory users?
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