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I have a Centos7 machine joined to an Active Directory domain. the problem is that if I login to the Centos7 server I can interact within the session with any username from the Active Directory domain.

I can deny the access trough ssh unless the user is in a specific group, but I can not achieve the users to do

su - different_user

Where different_user is any user within the active directory.

I think this might be achievable using pam modules but do not know which one to use. I have tried the pam_required.so which makes all the users not being able to su to a different users account. Even to the ones which should have had access.

  • Please clarify what you mean by "I can not achieve". Do the users get a password prompt? If not, what do they get instead? If they do and they enter a password, what happens? "can not achieve" is way too vague, sorry – Wouter Verhelst Nov 13 '17 at 16:39
  • "i can not achieve" - i can not deny the user to do "su - different_user" because anybody can do that once authenticated. of course i want to keep the option to run "su - allowed_user" available for the users – user37572 Nov 14 '17 at 8:47
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If you want only certain users to be allowed as target for a su command, you could put the following in /etc/pam.d/su:

auth requisite pam_listfile.so onerr=fail item=user sense=allow file=/etc/su-users
auth required pam_unix.so

now if you create a file /etc/su-users with one user per line, then only users listed in that file can be su'ed to.

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