[Samba] login as a service to win2k & domain user manager
jnorred at staffprofessionals.com
Thu Mar 6 20:16:27 GMT 2003
That is exactly what i'm trying to do. I want to create a network user
for my antivirus software that can login as a service to apply updates
to my win2k machines. I can physically go to each machine and adjust the
"Local Security Policy" to allow a samba "domain user" the ability to
login to that one specific machine as a service. BUT doing things that
way on my entire network defeats the purpose of what i'm trying to do.
On Wed, 2003-03-05 at 19:20, Jim Wharton wrote:
> Under NT, you could do it through User Manager for Domains. You would select
> the user and pull down the Policy menu and select User Rights. Then after
> checking view advanced privleges, you could add "Logon as batch Job" ...very
> useful for Oracle and other overnight import/export jobs.
> In Windows 2000, logon as batch job is assigned from the 'Local Security
> Policy' folder.
> Open the Control Panel from the Start menu
> Open 'Administrative Tools'
> Open 'Local Security Policy'
> Open 'Local Policies'
> Open 'User Rights Assignment'
> Right-click 'Log on as batch job' from the list. Click the 'Add' button;
> select the User who is to be granted this privilege. Click Add and click OK.
> I have never tried this with Samba, but I've had to mess with this feature a
> lot lately... Oracle requires it for import/export.
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "John H Terpstra" <jht at samba.org>
> To: "Jason Norred" <jnorred at staffprofessionals.com>
> Cc: <samba at lists.samba.org>
> Sent: Wednesday, March 05, 2003 7:58 PM
> Subject: Re: [Samba] login as a service to win2k & domain user manager
> > On Wed, 5 Mar 2003, Jason Norred wrote:
> > > Hello Samba Administrators,
> > >
> > > I'm currently running a Samba PDC ver 2.2.7. I have a couple of issues
> > > that I'm trying to find some resolution on.
> > >
> > > First, I need to be able to have a domain user be able to login to my
> > > Win2k clients as a service. I can do this by going to each client and
> > > configuring the Local Security Policy on EACH and EVERY client machine.
> > > This is obviously not a good solution. On a Win2k server I could use the
> > > User Manager for Domains tool, but that tool does not work yet in full
> > > with samba.
> > Please help us to understand precisely what you are trying to achieve
> > here. More importantly, please give us a step by step explanation of how
> > you currently do this in a pure Microsoft world.
> > > Secondly, how can I add a Domain User to the Local Win2k client
> > > computer's Power Users Group??? Again, I see how to do that at each
> > > machine locally. Is there a way to implement this network-wide?
> > How do you do this now? Your answer here might help use to find a solution
> > for you.
> > - John T.
> > --
> > John H Terpstra
> > Email: jht at samba.org
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