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RE: missing user name



We are using a product called Likewise, which was purchased by beyond trust.  I don’t know if I mentioned it before but the system works on the other rhel nodes we have.

 

From: Saunders, Thomas D. II [mailto:THOMAS D SAUNDERS II saic com]
Sent: Tuesday, July 31, 2012 3:16 PM
To: Harris, Todd; linux-audit redhat com
Subject: RE: missing user name

 

Are you using OpenLDAP to connect to MS AD servers?

 

Tom Saunders | SAIC
Senior Information Assurance & Security Engineer
phone: 540-653-0986 | fax 540-663-0640

 

Science Applications International Corporation
SAIC
16442 Commerce Drive
King George, VA  22485

www.saic.com

 

 


From: linux-audit-bounces redhat com on behalf of Harris, Todd
Sent: Tue 7/31/2012 3:06 PM
To: linux-audit redhat com
Subject: missing user name

I’m looking at a problem that has me really scratching my head.

 

I’ve got a rhel 5.4 system that’s using likewise and active directory to authenticate users, at least ones that are not defined locally.  Locally defined users work just fine, but any user that is defined in the active directory server is showing up in events as “unknown(uid)” the uid appears to be filled out correctly, and if the user is defined locally as well as in active directory it works just fine, but that kind of defeats the purpose.  Also failed logins are showing up correctly, but I can’t figure out what they have done to their system to cause this.  Can anyone give me a little direction on where I should look to determine what’s actually going on.  I haven’t been able to determine how the system actually resolves the user names.

 

Don’t know if this is important but we are using the prelude plugin and where we notice the discrepancy is in the output from the prelude-manager, I have not looked to see if it’s wrong in the aureords.

 

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Todd Harris

Progeny Systems

Office Number: 703-368-6107 ext517

 

 


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