[sudo-users] Fwd: SUDO centralization based on Server!
JR.Aquino at citrix.com
Fri Jul 22 17:25:04 EDT 2011
For greater abstraction, you can also utilize ldap (nisNetgroups) to store groups of hosts for processing... that way you don't have to have lots of hosts listed in a sudo rule / sudorule ldap object.
Jr Aquino, GCIH | Information Security Specialist
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On Jul 22, 2011, at 2:22 PM, Woodward, Andrew wrote:
> In absence of knowing the name of server1 or server2, We gone down two
> paths, all server 2 types see one sudoers base all server 1 types see a
> different sudoers base DN. This allows us to split up the environment
> without having to list each host. Additionally we allow the user to be added
> to groups that exist in /etc/group instead of LDAP if they need power user
> access on just that server.
> Andrew Woodward
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> Subject: Re: [sudo-users] Fwd: SUDO centralization based on Server!
> You can centralize this with two separate ldap sudo objects.
> Rule1 will have server1, your user/group, and your 1st set of cmds
> Rule2 will have server2, your user/group, and your 2d set of cmds
> The rules should look like the examples in here:
> Jr Aquino
> Info. Security Specialist
> Citrix Online
> Jr.Aquino at citrixonline.com
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> On Jul 4, 2011, at 2:40 AM, "pradyumna dash" <neomatrixgem at gmail.com> wrote:
>> I need a solution for the below SUDO configuration.
>> I have centralized SUDO with OpenLDAP, but i have a query like i have
>> say 2 servers server1 and server2 and a used called bob which is a
> OpenLDAP user.
>> What i want is like when bob loggin in to server1 it has a different
>> SUDO command list and when he logs in to server2, he will get a
>> different list of commands which is allowed to use.
>> Can this issue resolved?Now am having 2 individual SUDO files in each
>> server, can i centralize this ?
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