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Login to linux ansible remote server enabled with LDAP using SSH?

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Here is the scnario which we tried last week with Pranav Goel in order to login the Ansible remote server which is enlabe with LDAP and become a su to execute any playbook tasks. Here are the steps given as below;

Inventory:

[code]
[root@ussltcovm498 ansible]# cat inventory
hostname.demo.com ansible_user=adname\\aduser ansible_ssh_pass=password ansible_become_pass=password
[/code]

Ansible Configuration File)

[code]
[privilege_escalation]
become=True
become_method=su
become_user=oracle
#become_ask_pass=True
[/code]

Note:
In order to pass LDAP user use “\\”

Command to Check:

[code]ansible all -i inventory -m command -a “whoami”[/code]

 

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