kai at samba.org
Wed Feb 13 10:36:33 GMT 2008
On Wednesday 13 February 2008 00:57:53 Kai Blin wrote:
> For the first uid I try to map to a SID this works, the next one fails.
> What am I doing wrong? Is there a better way to do this?
Turns out that if I return the ldb_errstring() for this, it claims that a
record that doesn't seem to be in the database already exists. Like this:
Adding a new record failed: Entry objectSid=S-1-22-1-1002 already exists
opening the ldb in ldbedit shows that my database looks like this:
# editing 2 records
# record 1
# record 2
so obviously there's no Entry objectSid=S-1-22-1-1002 that already exists.
The thing that's really confusing the heck out of me is that I can add two
objectSid entries, provided one is a local unix user where the mapping is
created in my uid_to_sid function, and the other is created from my
sid_to_uid function. However, both functions only work once.
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