[Samba] [samab] 3.0.11 privileges where do they live
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Mon Feb 7 20:33:42 GMT 2005
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mike at jurney.org wrote:
| On Mon, 7 Feb 2005, Gerald (Jerry) Carter wrote:
|>IMO the privileges should be stored in local tdb files. I'm working on
|>trying to get enough of the SAM replication protocol working to
|>replicate the privilege assignments working.
| Out of curiosity, is there a reason why they shouldn't
| be stored in the LDAP directory when using ldapsam?
IMO there is no advantage. The privileges would be
separate entries that would be stored as a bitmask
or an octet-string. Nothing that you would be editing
via LDAP tools.
The main advantage of LDAP is to consolidate
information that is shared by 2 or more applications.
Storing users makes sense. Storing privileges is just
using LDAP like a database.
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