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       sss_useradd - create a new user


       sss_useradd [options] LOGIN


       sss_useradd creates a new user account using the values specified on the command line plus
       the default values from the system.


       -u,--uid UID
           Set the UID of the user to the value of UID. If not given, it is chosen automatically.

       -c,--gecos COMMENT
           Any text string describing the user. Often used as the field for the user's full name.

       -h,--home HOME_DIR
           The home directory of the user account. The default is to append the LOGIN name to
           /home and use that as the home directory. The base that is prepended before LOGIN is
           tunable with “user_defaults/baseDirectory” setting in sssd.conf.

       -s,--shell SHELL
           The user's login shell. The default is currently /bin/bash. The default can be changed
           with “user_defaults/defaultShell” setting in sssd.conf.

       -G,--groups GROUPS
           A list of existing groups this user is also a member of.

           Create the user's home directory if it does not exist. The files and directories
           contained in the skeleton directory (which can be defined with the -k option or in the
           config file) will be copied to the home directory.

           Do not create the user's home directory. Overrides configuration settings.

       -k,--skel SKELDIR
           The skeleton directory, which contains files and directories to be copied in the
           user's home directory, when the home directory is created by sss_useradd.

           This option is only valid if the -m (or --create-home) option is specified, or
           creation of home directories is set to TRUE in the configuration.

       -Z,--selinux-user SELINUX_USER
           The SELinux user for the user's login. If not specified, the system default will be

           Display help message and exit.


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