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I'm trying to get my AD group SSH_Users to be able to SSH into our server. I added a line to the config file in /etc/sshd: AllowGroups ssh_Users and tried ssh_Users?domain.com. This does not work. I get an access denied message when trying to log in. I also created a local group called localsshgroup on the server and added the group DOMAIN.COM\ssh_Users to the localgroup. Still the same error. Any help will be great! I was able to get the domain admins to be able to log in by using domain?admins but I can't get the group called SSH_Users that I want to to be able to log in, and I created a test user and added them, but the user still cannot log into the server

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Figured it out. Apparently linux removes the upper case letters and puts them to lower case...

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