Samba 3.0 Schema changes
rbremer at future-gate.com
Thu Jun 19 05:11:47 GMT 2003
> If there are two SIDs, this is no longer a single user from NT's
> perspective, but two separate users with a common name. This will
> confusing and undesirable results when, upon authenticating to one
> domain, a user tries to access resources that were created on behalf
> the SID from the other domain. What you really want here is domain
> trust, so your single user SID is recognized across multiple
ok, so in order to allow this user to be present in more then one
domain it still holds a single SID and then we need to add trusts to the
Didn't know this, but it will definitely make it much easier ....
In that case we can stick with a single SID for the same user, no
matter how many domains we've got, interesting.
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