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Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton
lkcl at switchboard.net
Fri Dec 4 16:07:09 GMT 1998
On Fri, 4 Dec 1998, Tim Winders wrote:
> On Fri, 4 Dec 1998, David Bannon wrote:
> > At 04:03 PM 03/12/1998 +0000, Luke Kenneth Casson Leighton wrote:
> > >> Further, and unrelated (?), 'log on' is not permitted if the user is
> > >> mentioned in a group that is mentioned in the local.map, fine for everyone
> > >> else.
> > >
> > >oh?? just "in a group", or if the group is the users' _primary_ group?
> > OK, bit more carefull testing.
> > If user is a member of a group (say adm) that is mapped to
> > "Administrators", "System Operators" or even "Users", cannot logon. It
> > does not matter if the (unix)group is the user's primary group or only
> > mentioned in /etc/group.
> > However, if I map adm=BUILTIN\BlarBlar ie, a non existing NT Group, then
> > logins occur without problems.
> > Now, _not_ using the map file but using a technique suggested by someone a
> > week or so ago, add an entry to the /etc/group file thus :
> > Domain Admins:*:2000:dbannon,tony
> > Works fine ! I can logon with full admin rights. This is not a bad way to
> > work, but I assume not the way you want to do it.
> David -
> On my system (Digital Unix 4.0D) I cannot have a group name or user name
> longer than 8 characters. At least in the default configuration... so
> the above would not work for me...
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