Multiple users, one uid/gid and a domain

Andrew Perrin - Demography aperrin at demog.Berkeley.EDU
Thu May 6 15:36:34 GMT 1999

You could just use map to guest = Bad User and not have their accounts on
the local machine; smbd will log them as the guest account.


Andrew J. Perrin - aperrin at - NT/Unix Admin/Support
Department of Demography    -    University of California at Berkeley
2232 Piedmont Avenue #2120  -    Berkeley, California, 94720-2120 USA --------------------------SEIU1199

On Thu, 6 May 1999, Matthew Enger wrote:

> Hello,
> 	We are running a samba domain at school serving 200 computers
> (over 1500 users) very well and are looking at setting up a second server
> to serve as the library file server. This file server will have a share
> which has the library software on it. We want to setup the following:
> 1. Every user has read access to this share.
> 2. The librarian and certian others will have write access
> 3. We want to setup the least number of accounts on the machine as
> possible, adding every student (over 1500) to the library server is not a
> very promising option:)	
> 4. Authenticate off the domain.
> 	I looked at usermap, but it maps the password accross, so that
> does not work the way I need it to.
> 	Ideas? :)
> 	from,
> 		Matthew Enger
> 		menger at

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