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  1. Saqib Ali says:
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    We are working on to configure our Linux servers to use LDAP for Authentication using PAM_LDAP + SSSD. Our LDAP Usernames are based on staff numbers (all numeric starting at 1). This will cause a conflicts with daemon, bin, sys… system accounts. What is the best option for us given our Username pattern?


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      Perhaps the qucikest and less painful will be to lock some UserIDs which are the same as the one for daemon, bin, sys and rest of your system accounts.
      Or if possible just don’t start the user naming from 1 but from lets say 2000 onwards?

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