[Samba] importance of sid and rid?
hardigunawan at inbox.lv
Wed Aug 7 02:00:04 GMT 2002
Seems that I'm replying my own posting :)
I've just downloaded Samba 2.2.5, and it seems that there's a new -S option in
smbpasswd to enable the Samba machine to obtain the SID of the domain
controller. But how about the RID? What's the effect on having a different
RID for each users?
Sorry, I'm quite a newbie in this RID and SID....
On Wednesday 07 August 2002 16:39, Hardi Gunawan wrote:
> Maybe I should rephrase my question:
> Let's say I have a WinNT/2k File server, with ACL permissions on the
> directories according to user groups defined in WinNT/2k PDC. If I replace
> WinNT/2k PDC with Samba acting as a PDC, is it possible, that the users are
> still under ACL permission restriction on the WinNT/2k server?
> My worry is that, when I do a migration, the SID & RID would have been
> changed, and the WinNT/2k File Server wouldn't let the legitimate users to
> access it anymore.
> Is this true? If it is, how do I overcome this?
> Thank you.
> On Saturday 27 July 2002 15:49, Hardi Gunawan wrote:
> > I'm sorry that I overlook the documentation, but I've tried again and
> > still couldn't find it.
> > Could you please tell me which documentation that I should read?
> > On Thursday 25 Jul 2002 14:19, Eddie Lania wrote:
> > > ----- Original Message -----
> > > From: "Hardi Gunawan" <hardigunawan at inbox.lv>
> > > To: <samba at lists.samba.org>
> > > Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2002 8:55 PM
> > > Subject: [Samba] importance of sid and rid?
> > >
> > >
> > > ---- snap
> > > Hope these questions are not too much :)
> > >
> > >Maybe, but it could also be that the samba documentation is to poor :-()
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