spacewalk - authentication using LDAP group

Posted on 2014-08-14
Last Modified: 2015-03-05

I have installed and configured spacewalk. Currently I am looking for an option to login to the web portal using LDAP group.

I have LDAP group called sysadmin and all the users under this group want to login without going to create each users in spacewalk.  So far i was able to login using LDAP user but I still have create a user in spacewalk and select the box to indicate to use the PAM.

I am looking for a way to configure this spacewalk where all users in the sysadmin LDAP group should login without creating additional user creation in spacewalk.
Question by:linuxperson
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    Expert Comment

    AFAIK.. you need to configure sssd.conf at client side.


    Author Comment

    Can you let me know what exactly i need to configure in sssd.conf?

    Accepted Solution

    There is no option for LDAP group authentication for my version.

    Author Closing Comment

    I found the answer my self

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