When installing Centrify 2019.6 on a RHEL8 server (box), "Centrify-sshd" doesn't start on boot up. "Centrify-sshd" can only be manually started.
On boot up, RHEL8 doesn't detect the network state thus preventing "Centrify-sshd" from starting.
The below solution verifies the network is ready on boot up for "Centrify-sshd" to start.
1.) Edit the file: /lib/systemd/system/centrify-sshd.service
Change the "After=" line to
2.) After=network-online.target syslog.target local-fs.target
Exit & save the file.
3.) Reload the daemons by running: systemctl --system daemon-reload
This issue is fixed in the 19.9 release of Centrify Infrastructure Services.