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Re: [users@httpd] AuthLDAPRemoteUserAttribute Directive in mixed mod_authnz_ldap Authn and Authz setup

I don't know if you can do exactly what you want but you could use the RequireAll directive so a user has to pass more than one requirement to be successfuly authenticated.

On Wed, May 9, 2018, 04:54 Ling Ho <ling@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

I am trying to get Kerberos Authentication and LDAP Authorization
working together.

But I have a situation where some of my users have Kerberos principal
name that are different from their LDAP uids which is used in group
membership. Basically each users has 2 UID attributes, one is just a
plain username, and 2nd is principal@REALM. Some of the users's
usernames and principals  are different.

However there is a 2nd attribute in the form of UUID in a user's entry
that is also added to the group, when a user is added to a group.

I think using AuthLDAPRemoteUserAttribute and AuthLDAPGroupAttribute
both set to this UUID attribute will solve my problem. However if I am
not mistaken, AuthLDAPRemoteUserAttribute is only set if LDAP is used
for authentication (based on mod_authnz_ldap.c). I am using
httpd-2.4.6-67.el7 that comes with Centos 7.

Is there anyway I can force AuthLDAPRemoteUserAttribute to be set when
my AuthType is set to Kerberos?


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