[Samba] need of a user root in ldap ?

jean-marc pouchoulon jean-marc.pouchoulon at ac-montpellier.fr
Tue Sep 16 11:57:56 GMT 2003

Yes you must, use it to add workstation in domain. SambaSid =
siddom-1001 (uid=0 )

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Objet : [Samba] need of a user root in ldap ?

Hi !

Is there the need for a root account when using samba-3.0+ldap ? I'm
asking this because I cannot add XP workstations to the domain (I 
made the registry changes), I get an "access denied". Under NT, there's 
no problem, it does not even ask for a login/password as long as the 
workstation account is created in samba. With XP, I use a user account 
who is also part of the admins group, but as I said, I get an access
denied. Any idea ?



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