Allow AD service account SSH to Linux systems without 2FA

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Allow AD service account SSH to Linux systems without 2FA

I have Windows AD server and all of the linux computers are joined to AD.

Recently, 2FA has been activated, I wish to exclude some of the domain service accounts from 2FA

[root@Linux]# less /etc/pam_radius_acl.conf

[root@Linux]# /etc/pam.d/sshd

auth required
auth requisite
auth requisite
auth substack password-auth
auth include postlogin
-auth optional prepare
account required
account include password-auth
password include password-auth
session required close
session required
session required open env_params
session required
session optional force revoke
session include password-auth
session include postlogin
-session optional prepare

[root@Linux]# less /etc/ssh/sshd_config 
UsePAM yes
ChalllengeResponseAuthentication yes

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