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Please note that specifying scope or filter is not supported for searches against an Active Directory Server that might yield a large number of results and trigger the Range Retrieval extension in the response.
Please note that the automounter only reads the master map on startup, so if any autofs-related changes are made to the sssd.conf, you typically also need to restart the automounter daemon after restarting the SSSD.
override_homedir (string)
UID number
%f
fully qualified user name (user@domain)
%l
The first letter of the login name.
UPN - User Principal Name (name@REALM)
%o
The original home directory retrieved from the identity provider.
%H
The value of configure option <emphasis>homedir_substring</emphasis>.
Override the user's home directory. You can either provide an absolute value or a template. In the template, the following sequences are substituted: <placeholder type="variablelist" id="0"/>
This option can also be set per-domain.
override_homedir = /home/%u
Default: Not set (SSSD will use the value retrieved from LDAP)
Please note, the home directory from a specific override for the user, either locally (see <citerefentry><refentrytitle>sss_override</refentrytitle> <manvolnum>8</manvolnum></citerefentry>) or centrally managed IPA id-overrides, has a higher precedence and will be used instead of the value given by override_homedir.
homedir_substring (string)
The value of this option will be used in the expansion of the <emphasis>override_homedir</emphasis> option if the template contains the format string <emphasis>%H</emphasis>. An LDAP directory entry can directly contain this template so that this option can be used to expand the home directory path for each client machine (or operating system). It can be set per-domain or globally in the [nss] section. A value specified in a domain section will override one set in the [nss] section.