How to Join CentOS 7 to an Existing Windows Domain

How to Join CentOS 7 to an Existing Windows Domain


In this video, you will learn How to Join CentOS 7 to an Existing Windows Domain. This video is part of effort in which we finally will install SQL Server on Linux Box. In our last video, you learn how to install Linux CentOS from starch. Script used in this video:



# Installing realmd package






# yum install sssd realmd oddjob oddjob-mkhomedir adcli samba-common samba-common-tools krb5-workstation openldap-clients policycoreutils-python

Edit Host File to add DNS IP address and Server Information

# vi /etc/hosts


View File /etc/resolv.conf It should resolve Domain name and IP address Join with Windows Domain

#realm join --user=clusteradmin tbsdc.Techbrothers.local


Verify domain Join

# realm list



# id clusteradmin@Techbrothers.local


Turning off Fully Qualified Name requirement of AD user

# vi /etc/sssd/sssd.conf


systemctl restart sssd systemctl daemon-reload
Adding user to sudo or admin - Where "wheel" is group and cluster admin is active directory user

# sudo usermod -a -G wheel clusteradmin



How to Join Linux CentOS 7 to Windows Active Directory

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