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Implementing the SSSD using SLES12 and Active Directory

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Lawrence Kearney – The University of Georgia
Mark Robinson – MrLinux

Recorded at SUSECON 2016 as session HO85752

The System Security Services Daemon (SSSD) implements modern, secure, highly available authentication infrastructures. The most innovative features include offline authentication, the concurrent use of multiple remote authentication methods against multiple back-ends, and Linux server Active Directory participation approaching the compatibility of a domain member server.

This hands on session covers baseline Linux system and Active Directory preparation for the SSSD, daemon configuration, troubleshooting, tuning and optimization techniques.

The course is ideal for system administrators and consultants who need to:
– Better understand the use case of the SSSD and it’s features
– Deploy new systems using the SSSD
– Migrate from legacy PAM LDAP or PAM LDAP/Kerberos configurations


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