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Old 02-15-2019, 02:32 PM   #1
aldemir
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Debian Xfce with active directory using sssd


Dear,
I configured the debian server to authenticate with the active directory MS, using sssd, samba and kerberos. Worked perfectly. However, after installing xfce desktop, I can not get ad users.

Has anyone ever had this problem?
 
Old 02-17-2019, 07:43 AM   #2
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Exactly how are you trying to add these AD users?

If you have it set up right, they should be able to ad themselves by logging on.
 
Old 02-18-2019, 10:51 AM   #3
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Hello wpeckham,
Well, following the tutotial of that link https://wiki.debian.org/Authenticati...eDirectorySssd, I was able to get list of ad users and can log in to terminal and ssh. However, when I install the "task-xfce-desktop" package, then the access to the users of the ad is unavailable, being only available the access of the users who logged in before installing xfce, since they are cached
 
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Hello wpeckham,
Well, following the tutotial of that link https://wiki.debian.org/Authenticati...eDirectorySssd, I was able to get list of ad users and can log in to terminal and ssh. However, when I install the "task-xfce-desktop" package, then the access to the users of the ad is unavailable, being only available the access of the users who logged in before installing xfce, since they are cached
I see nothing wrong with that tutorial. I have set up several servers (mostly RHEL and CentOS), but I do not recall seting up a workstation quite that way. None of my servers ever ran or loaded Xorg or gui software: gui is more a feature of workstations. There may be an incompatibility that I have never run into.

Which brings the question: Why do you want to install xfce AFter joining AD?
I wish I could be more help, I will lurk and see if someone else knows what might be wrong here.
 
  


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