[Samba] XP user priviledges with Samba
Bradley W. Langhorst
brad at langhorst.com
Thu Oct 3 15:40:04 GMT 2002
On Thu, 2002-10-03 at 11:31, Jim Durham wrote:
> I've read the achives, but I'm not finding anything.
> On XP, I can give a local user admin priviledges on his/her
> local machine when they are logged in to that machine
> and not the domain.
> How do I do this when they are logged in to the domain,
> with Samba as a PDC?
> Some programs need to create tmp files that they can not
> if the the user does not have admin privs on his/her machine.
in samba2 you need to add the domain user to the local admin group. You
can map a unix group to Domain Admins or Domain Users groups and add
that group to the local admins but you can't have more granularity than
if you don't mind adding the user to local admin on each machine that is
probably the cleanest solution.
samba3 can handle arbitrary group mapping
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