[Samba] One Time Migration script from a Windows NT 4.0 PDC toa Samba PDC

Yura Pismerov ypismerov at tucows.com
Sun Oct 27 17:14:01 GMT 2002

	It has very little corelation with the original question that implied
getting rid of Windows PDC. What you offer is keeping Windows PDC as
primary source for all the accounts, and that is kind of an opposite
thing of what the original poster meant.

> Christopher Barry wrote:
> On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 06:39, Guillaume LACHENAL wrote:
>      In the Roadmap to 3.0, we can see that this script need some testing
>      before release.
>      As this kind of migration is the last issue with to cope with before
>      migration of our
>      complete lan, I can contribute to testing !
>      But I can't find this script in 3.0a20 nor via cvsweb (just a *quick* look
>      sorry)
>      Is there anyone who
>      * has tested the script
>      * know where I can find it
>      ?
>      Thanks in advance
>      Regards,
>      Guillaume
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> All,
> I'm not sure about the script to which Guillaume speaks, but I have
> created a script called domainsync which I use to synchronize my NIS
> domain with my Windows domain. I add/delete users and groups in
> Windows 2000, and this script replicates the changes to NIS. It's
> configurable via a conf file, allows for special users and groups,
> will tar and bzip2 user dirs of deleted users, email new UNIX users
> their account info with a randomly generated password. It's pretty
> slick, and I think I'm ready for the group here to check it out, give
> comments on improvements, and if it's useful to anyone, use it to help
> make your lives a little bit easier. I'll look back in here over the
> next few days for replys to see if anyone is interested. If so, I'll
> get it up on an ftp site for you all to examine.
> Cheers,
> Christopher

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