[Samba] [Fwd: Re: GLASS in "The Samba Team announces Samba 3.0.0 beta3"]

Rashkae rashkae at tigershaunt.com
Thu Jul 17 08:27:15 GMT 2003

The the cited sample, WINDOWS means a PC with the WINDOWS Operating System
installed.  In this example, The Widows PC is acting as a domain
controller for a different domain.

On Thu, 17 Jul 2003, Matt Seitz wrote:

Thanks for replying to my question.  However, I am still confused.

Rafal Szczesniak <mimir at samba.org> wrote:

>On Thu, Jul 17, 2003 at 08:58:30AM -0700, Matt Seitz wrote:
>> The Samba web site contains "The Samba Team announces Samba 3.0.0
>> beta3".  This document includes a section titled "Trust Relationships
>> and a Samba Domain".

For reference, here's the URL:  http://www.samba.org/samba/whatsnew/samba-3.0.0beta3.html

>> What does "GLASS" represent?

>It's sample name of the remote domain. You can call it MILKYWAY,
>OFFICE and DOMAIN as well. It is aritrary name the administrator
>of the remote name gave her while installing primary domain controller.

I thought that in this example that "WINDOWS" was the sample name of the remote domain.  If "GLASS" is the name of the remote domain, then what does "WINDOWS" represent?

Here is a fuller excerpt:

"To establish Samba as the trusting domain (named SAMBA) from a Windows NT
4.0 domain named WINDOWS:

  1) create the trust account for SAMBA in "User Manager for Domains"
  2) connect the trust from the Samba domain using
     'net rpc trustdom establish GLASS'

To create a trustlationship with SAMBA as the trusted domain:

  1) create the initial trust account for GLASS using
     'smbpasswd -a -i GLASS'.  You may need to create a UNIX
     account for GLASS$ prior to this step (depending on your
     local configuration).
  2) connect the trust from a WINDOWS DC using "User Manager
     for Domains"

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