Chapter 13. Removing the trust using the IdM Web UI

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Follow this procedure to remove the Identity Management (IdM)/Active Directory (AD) trust using the IdM Web UI.



  1. Log in to the IdM Web UI with administrator privileges. For details, see Accessing the IdM Web UI in a web browser.
  2. In the IdM Web UI, click the IPA Server tab.
  3. In the IPA Server tab, click the Trusts tab.
  4. Select the trust you want to remove.

    A screenshot of the IdM Web UI displaying the "Trusts" page which is a subpage of the "IPA Server" tab. This page has a table listing "Realm names" and checkbox next to the first entry of "AD.EXAMPLE.COM" is checked.

  5. Click the Delete button.
  6. In the Remove trusts dialog box, click Delete.

    A screenshot of a pop-up window titled "Remove trusts." The content of the warning is "Are you sure you want to delete selected entries?" and lists "AD.EXAMPLE.COM" below. There are "Delete" and "Cancel" buttons at the bottom right.

  7. Remove the trust object from your Active Directory configuration.

Removing the trust configuration does not automatically remove the ID range IdM has created for AD users. This way, if you add the trust again, the existing ID range is re-used. Also, if AD users have created files on an IdM client, their POSIX IDs are preserved in the file metadata.

To remove all information related to an AD trust, remove the AD user ID range in the ID Ranges tab after removing the trust configuration and trust object.

Verification steps

  • If the trust has been successfully deleted, the Web UI displays a green pop-up with the text:

    A screenshot of the IdM Web UI displaying the "Trusts" page with a pop-up window at the top that says "1 item(s) deleted." The table on the "Trusts" page does not have any entries.

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