Mac OS X 10.3.9 - SID-UID mappings
jpeach at samba.org
Sat Jan 5 03:14:40 GMT 2008
On 04/01/2008, at 9:45 AM, Wolfgang.968 wrote:
> Hello folks,
> I'm pretty new to Samba, but managed to set up an Max OS X 10.3.9
> server to
> act as a AD memberserver within an Active Directory Domain for mainly
> Windows XP clients. Samba version is 3.0.10.
> I now have a question I didn't get an answer to, despite hours of
> the web:
> Where are the UID-to-SID mappings stored? No, it's not in an
> winbindd_idmap.tdb and no, it's not on an external LDAP server.
> Also, there
> is no nsswitch.conf on the system.
> So far I know, the mappings are stored somewhere within the Mac's
> Directory". But can anybody tell me, where exactly??
In general, Open Direcotory will generate a SID on the fly using the
Samba-style algorithmic RID method. If you need to do better than
this, you can store a SMBSID or SMBRID attribute in the user, group or
copmuter record and that will get used instead.
James Peach | jpeach at samba.org
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