NT network, without a domain?
snail_talk at yahoo.com
Mon Apr 3 10:55:44 GMT 2000
--- Bostjan Muller <neonatus at gimp.thz.net> wrote:
> I guess I wasnt quite clear.
> 1. I would like to have my nt box logon to a domain.
> Can that be done in a
> branch other than Samba-pdc?
sure. you can use either the tng branch or the stable
ones >= 2.0.3. i'm using stable now but i might
actually try out tng, since now that luke's afctually
merged the smbd with cvs main ...
> 2. How do I add a machine - I did the rpcclient
> logon as root, than createuser
> machine$ isn't that enough?
try useradd to create a entry for the machine in
/etc/passwd and then use smbpasswd -a -m machinename
as root ...
> 3. If 2 was wrong than what is the right way to add
> users and machines the way
> that they could login from a remote machine to
> 4. Which version of smb do I have to use to get
> remote printers working on a NT
> wks client (the print server is linux).
> THX in advance!
> * On 03-04-00 at 10:34 geoffrey lee
> (snail_talk at yahoo.com) wrote:
> +----Here quoted text begins----+
> > it is. 2.0.x where x >= 3 has basic nt pdc
> capability. i.e. logging onto
> > domain.
> > if you need nt pdc functionality, you can use the
> stable branch, or you can
> > use a mixture of the head and tng branch. just the
> head branch won't do,
> > since they don't have NT PDC support there.
> > i'm guessing that you forgot to create a machien
> account for hte ntbox
> > ..win9x and nt domain logons are different.
> +----and here the quote ends----+
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