[PUP-3883] Support for user resource with a DOMAIN\User title Created: 2015/01/21 Updated: 2015/04/03 Resolved: 2015/04/03
|Component/s:||Types and Providers|
|Affects Version/s:||PUP 3.7.0|
|Reporter:||Jay Wallace||Assignee:||Jay Wallace|
|Remaining Estimate:||Not Specified|
|Time Spent:||Not Specified|
|Original Estimate:||Not Specified|
User resource with a DOMAIN\User title should be supported behavior with Puppet. Puppet is not inherently aware of domain style names when defining a user in such a manner. For this to even theoretically work, the account that Puppet is running on would have to have domain administration credentials for this to ever work properly.
Code above propagates the following error:
|Comment by Josh Cooper [ 2015/01/21 ]|
Puppet doesn't support managing domain user account. The same effect can be achieved by managing the local Administrators group, and adding the domain user account as a member:
Also, due to
Please provide additional information about why they are trying to manage via the user resource, or close as will not fix.
|Comment by Jason Chinsen [ 2015/01/22 ]|
i agree that if we the functionality is going to be there in v4 to mange the local group with at least then this is a null point. Thanks for your time
When is the eta for 4.0?
|Comment by Josh Cooper [ 2015/01/22 ]|
Jason Chinsen puppet has been able to manage local groups with domain members on Windows for awhile, but before 4.0 you had to specify the complete list of members, which can be difficult to do in some cases. Starting in 4.0, you will be able to specify a partial list (in
|Comment by Ethan Brown [ 2015/04/03 ]|
Closing this ticket because