[clug] yes it's a samba question
email.agupta at gmail.com
Tue Sep 7 00:58:42 MDT 2010
The Group Policy Object (GPO) can be used for implementing such policies.
Samba4 supports GPOs. I am not sure how well Samba3 implements group
policies. Something you should be able to find in Samba docs. For more
about GPOs, refer to MS docs.
On Tue, Sep 7, 2010 at 1:29 PM, jeff <jeffm at ghostgun.com> wrote:
> I'm hoping that someone can save me having to subscribe to the samba list.
> This is a fresh install of samba 3 on centos 5.5 to see if it can meet the
> loose requirements I have for managing a growing number of windows VMs that
> I have (can't seem to stop them multiplying). It's currently doing
> authentication with tdbsam and pam, sharing home directories, and supporting
> roaming profiles. Do any of the local samba experts know if it's possible to
> control who can login to which machine within a domain? If so, where's a
> good place to start reading to find out how to configure it?
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