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The sudo provider can currently only be 'none' or 'ldap'. If the sudo LDAP backend is used together with the AD id provider we might face similar issues as was seen when using the LDAP access provider together the AD provider.
E.g. since the default value for ldap_id_mapping is different in the LDAP and AD provider SSSD will fail to start if 'id_provider = ad' and 'sudo_provider = ldap' but ldap_id_mapping is not set explicitly.
Additionally I assume that the sdap id context is initialized twice. This might be true when using the IPA provider as well.
Maybe be want to add 'sudo_provider = ad' so that it plays well with SSSD?
I agree that adding sudo_provider=ad is the best way, but we also should document the pitfalls of using sudo_provider=ldap in a man page (man sssd-sudo?) because that's what some users are already using.
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milestone: NEEDS_TRIAGE => SSSD 1.11.5
priority: major => critical
owner: somebody => sbose
status: new => assigned
patch: 0 => 1
resolution: => fixed
status: assigned => closed
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