Samba 4, LDAP and KRB
lsf at noos.fr
Mon Aug 29 13:04:49 GMT 2005
No, no O:-) , it was only for testing purposes on a home network.
I wouldn't use it in production before it has been approved and released.
But I was curious since I couldn't get my windows workstation to join my
UNIX environment while only using my (UNIX) LDAP and (UNIX) Kerberos server.
I would like to have SSO over an entire network, regardless of the
operating system. The authentication being performed by my UNIX servers.
And for practical reasons, I would like to have only one server to
maintain when I add a new user... so just one LDAP to maintain (mine if
it is possible :-) !)
arafangion at fussycoder.id.au a écrit :
>On Mon, 29 Aug 2005 07:03 pm, Cédric CACHAT wrote:
>>I want to set up a samba server to replace an Active Directory for my
>>So far, I have a LINUX network that works perfectly, all my users are
>>stored in a LDAP server (openldap) and their authentication is done
>>- I ran a few tests with Samba 4 but I couldn't activate a user account
>>so a smbclient command shows
>>Connection to \\<samba server>\data failed - NT_STATUS_ACCOUNT_DISABLED
>Wait a sec, people are already using samba4 in production?
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