[Samba] Authenticating against a Windows 2000 DC?
chris.palmer at geneed.com
Mon Jan 6 22:41:01 GMT 2003
Frank Matthieß writes:
> > I found documentation for it at
> > http://myserver:901/swat/help/winbindd.8.html. I followed the
> > directions there to the letter, although I only changed
> > /etc/pam.d/samba, none of the others. (Should I change any of the
> > others?)
> "Samba-HOWTO-Collection" Page 73.
What should I have found on page 73?
The Winbind chapter starts on p. 75, and I'm reading it now (thanks).
> Does your samba server DEV hav a machineaccount in domain?
> You have joined samba to the domain?
Yes, with "smbpasswd -j ...".
> For "special user" you have setup a usetr mapping windows names <->
> unix names?
Not sure what you mean.
> man smb.conf:
> username map (G)
> This option allows you to specify a file containing a mapping of
> usernames from the clients to the server. This can be used for
> You can map Windows usernames that have spaces in them by using
> double quotes around the name. For example:
> tridge = "Andrew Tridgell"
> would map the windows username "Andrew Tridgell" to the unix
> username "tridge".
Yeah, I don't want to do any of this. I want to use just the Windows
usernames and passwds to access Samba shares.
Chris Palmer Systems Programmer GeneEd
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