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      .The `ad_integration` RHEL System Role now supports custom SSSD domain configuration settings

      Previously, when using the `ad_integration` RHEL System Role, it was not possible to add custom settings to the domain configuration section in the `sssd.conf` file using the role. With this enhancement, the `ad_integration` role can now modify the `sssd.conf` file and, as a result, you can use custom SSSD settings.
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      .The `ad_integration` RHEL System Role now supports custom SSSD domain configuration settings Previously, when using the `ad_integration` RHEL System Role, it was not possible to add custom settings to the domain configuration section in the `sssd.conf` file using the role. With this enhancement, the `ad_integration` role can now modify the `sssd.conf` file and, as a result, you can use custom SSSD settings.
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      Enhancement: allow sssd custom settings

      Reason: sssd.conf is fixed and not customizable

      Result: User can specify settings needed by ad_integration in sssd config.

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            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            rmeggins@redhat.com Richard Megginson
            Richard Megginson Richard Megginson
            Jakub Vavra Jakub Vavra
            David Vozenilek David Vozenilek
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