[Samba] frustration samba and LDAP
raa at impelind.com
Mon Jan 20 13:45:01 GMT 2003
So far, it has been my experience that learning (Open)LDAP is really no
more difficult then learning Microsoft's Active Directory system. The
only major difference that I see is that (Open)LDAP appears to be easier
to recover, if there happens to be corruptions and such.
Since you can basically create a flat text file and run a command that
reads in that entire (Open)LDAP structure into the (Open)LDAP DB from
that flat file.
Of course, I am only beginning to look at (Open)LDAP, but I hope to have
it all configured for our network soon. Unless I can think of a different
method for keeping all of the user accounts, machine accounts and network
information synced amongst the servers.
Robert Adkins II
Impel Industries, Inc.
From: richard [mailto:rcoates at bigpond.net.au]
Sent: Monday, January 20, 2003 8:49 PM
To: samba at lists.samba.org; Robert Adkins
Subject: [Samba] frustration samba and LDAP
did someone really try to make this complicated or did it really just
turn out this way?? How can any of you use LDAP with its..
cn=xyz ou=abc godknows=whatelse ..complicated syntax.
I thought learning command line Linux was hard....I don't want to go
through that again!
*) frustrations not withstanding...I do sincerely thank the Samba team
for a package which has served us well for 3 years.
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