[Samba] Re: Trusting and Trusted Domain Samba LDAP (mapping Home
achow at uwcsea.edu.sg
Wed Oct 27 01:56:01 GMT 2004
Thanks for your prompt reply.
Just curious whether you have read my previous email regarding the
different setup for my side. I have :-
Domain A controller :- openldap 2.1.23 (slave), samba 3.04 (PDC)
Domain B controller :- openldap 2.1.30-3 (slave), samba 3.07 (PDC)
Main LDAP server : - openldap 2.0.27-3.bunk (master).
Question 1:- Wonder if there will be a problem with the openldap setup?
Should I upgrade all the LDAP to have same version?
Question 2:- If I were to upgrade Domain A to samba 3.07 (as I thought
there could be a potential problem with the trusting/trusted domains),
any clue of how can I upgrade to samba 3.07 without losing the SID or
any problems? I was thinking of doing the following:-
1. Backup the smb.conf file
2. smbldap-conf file (containing the SID number).
Is there any thing I left out? Will the SID be changed? The reason I
ask was because I already got a domain member server under domain A
(samba 3.04) and I do not want to lose the SID cos I have like 260
users's home directory in that domain member server (windows 2003 server).
Thanks in advance.
Igor Belyi wrote:
> Sorry... Got busy with something else. I'll try to do the test with
> different users tomorrow. There could be a problem with my previous test
> since the user present in both Domains also has the same password and
> this may allow credentials from one domain to somehow be used in another.
> If you would collect trace for both 'login' and 'net user x: /home'
> times - it will be great. Make sure that trace is with 'log level = 5'
> and if you have more than one machine that you collect trace for the
> Client XP machine (probably, by including %m in the 'log file').
> I apologize for the delay.
> Adrian Chow wrote:
>> Hi Igor,
>> Wondering have you tried to one the scenario when a domain B user
>> logins on domain A machine where the domain B username is not found in
>> domain A machine? Can you still map the drives?
>> Also you were asking for the smbd files.... how should I get them?
>> During when I login or during when I typed the commmand "net use x:
>> /home" on the dos prompt?
>> Thanks. Just concerned as I have not heard from you.
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