[Samba] Re: redhat and windows smb
m.keir at qut.edu.au
Sun Jan 26 13:35:01 GMT 2003
If your users have local accounts on the Linux boxes (either from
/etc/passwd or from a directory source like LDAP) and the usernames are
the same, you can use kerberos authentication (pam_krb5) against AD.
Using authconfig, enter the details for the realm in uppercase and then
leave the default ports but enter details for a domain controller(s) for
the KDC and Admin Server fields. For an NT or Samba domain (2.x.x), use
SMB authentication (pam_smb) and enter the name of your domain in the
workgroup field and the name of the server(s) in the servers field.
pam_smb can accept netbios names for the server but using the FQDN or IP
is more certain (especially if across subnets).
As mentioned in other replies, winbind will do it but you may get issues
> From: Leo Emesue <lemesue at ai-logix.com>
> To: samba at lists.samba.org
> Date: Fri, 24 Jan 2003 13:15:35 -0500
> Subject: [Samba] redhat and windows smb
> Hi Guys:
> How do I use pam to authenticate my (redhat and Suse) Linux users to windows
> 2000, Nt or samba server. Where do i find a "HowTo" for this. I want my
> users to login to their workstation with the same username and password they
> use on windows domain. Thanks.
> FN:Leo Emesue
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Mark Keir, Email: m.keir at qut.edu.au
UNIX/LINUX Systems Administrator and OLT/WWW Manager,
School of Electrical and Electronic Systems Engineering,
Queensland University of Technology,
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Phone: +61 7 3864 5018, Fax: +61 7 3864 9022
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