[Samba] Re: Trusting and Trusted Domain Samba LDAP (mapping Home
sambauser at katehok.ac93.org
Fri Oct 22 00:23:23 GMT 2004
Igor Belyi wrote:
> I can give a shoot at explaining the behavior and if I'm too off I hope
> I'll be corrected.
> When you select Domain into which you want to login you specify the
> Domain where your credentials (username and password) should be verified
> but shares specified without Domain will be retrieved from the Domain
> your XP client belongs to.
> I think what you want is to have 'logon home = \\%D\%U' instead of the
> one you get by default: '\\%N\%U'
> Hope it helps,
I'm contradicting myself.. :( %D or %L won't make a difference for a
client belonging to DomA. What you need is seting up NIS home directory
server to return consistent information for users login into foreign Domain.
> Adrian Chow wrote:
>> Here is my scenario:-
>> 1. I got 1 LDAP server with two domains (A & B) configured to it.
>> 2. Both domain PDCs are fully trusted to one another. I did the
>> "trustdom establish" both ways.
>> 3. I have 1 XP client that has joined Dom A. The login bar can allow
>> you to login to 2 domains.
>> 4. I can managed to login to both domains.
>> 5. I got all the sambaHomePath and home drive done properly on both
>> servers in terms of LDAP portions.
>> When I login (from XP client) to Dom A, no problem. The home drive
>> gets mapped.
>> When I login to Dom B, the home drive never gets mapped. The login
>> scripts never run. "net use x: /home" on the xp client says: "the
>> user home directory cannot be determined." But \\domB\homes on
>> windows explorer worked!!
>> I turn all syslog to debug and check everything on BOTH PDCs. NO
>> errors! What is going wrong?
>> Funny thing is that the Dom A PDC will query the Dom B for passwd auth
>> check during the "net use x: /home". Then it will query itself for
>> the sambaHomeDrive details and such.... no errors at all... but
>> logging in to Dom B cannot do it.
>> I have also tried unjoining Dom A and rejoining Dom B. The results is
>> vice versa. That means Logging in to Dom B got no problems in terms
>> of mapping. But Logging in to Dom A got problems.....
>> Can anyone shed a light for me in this? I was about to do mass
>> deployment. My version of Samba is 3.07 for Dom B and 3.04 for Dom A.
>> They are running on Debian.
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