I have configured sssd for ldap authentication on both CentOS and SuSE. A problem I am running into is that when a user logs in it creates the home directory it assigns 755 permissions. When CentOS I was able to download oddjob and set the config with umask 0077 and that fixed the home folder creation on CentOS. There is no oddjob package for SuSE. So looking at the ldap configs I have used yast to set the default home folder umask to 077 with no luck. I edited the /etc/pam.d/common-session,common-auth,common-password, common-account, sshd, useradd, logon to include "session required pam_mkhomedir.so umask=0077 still with no luck. I have edited the /etc/profile, login.defs and /etc/default/useradd to have default umask of 0077. Can anyone identify what i am missing?