This article will show you how Centrify can enable Linux to accept Google credentails for login, without having to add users locally.
- Centrify Privilege Access Service (part of Centrify Infrastructure Services)
- G Suite domain
- Add Google as a directory in Centrify
- Prepare your Linux system
Enable the following two settings in /etc/ssh/ssshd_config
- PubkeyAuthentication yes
- PasswordAuthentication yes
- In the Centrify Admin Console, create a new Role called “Linux enrollment”
- Add your Centrify admin user as a member of this role.
- Add the Administrative Right: "Linux System Enrollment"
- Download and install the Linux Agent
In the Centrify Admin Console, go to Downloads on the left column and download the Linux Agent installer for the corresponding Linux flavor.
- Enroll the Linux system into Centrify
- Enable permissions for the Google/Centrify/AD users to log into Linux system
Note: The first time you log in you must use user@domain format. Afterwards you can use shortname.
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