Am Sun, 29 Mar 2020 19:56:18 +0200
schrieb Tobias Crefeld <tclx(a)klekih-petra.de>de>:
The "manual" setup that I'm using is
based on sssd.
I prefer this approach because it's offering a kind of credential
caching. This is providing some independence of the AD domain
controllers which might be unavailable temporarily.
Just to complete this issue:
I found a pretty good commented description for an AD integration using
sssd at https://mwbrown.org/2018/05/10/ad-for-debian-with-saltstack/
The post is about integrating a Debian system, not a SLES machine but
with the helpful blog post at
is possible to do the necessary adaptations for SLES.
For Salt newbies with few Python experience like me a reference like
is important to
do the adaptations.
Actually this approach is based on sls files that were created (per
vi) below /srv/salt and /srv/pillar starting with top.sls files.
So it's not using the Configuration management or the Salt formulas of
The execution process can get triggered via WebUI with Systems / System
Groups / "Apply system states" and below "Schedule" you can monitor
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