[Samba] How to use ldapsam backend without storing any user SID?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Mon Jan 31 13:57:33 GMT 2005
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Dominique Petitpierre wrote:
| When Samba is configured to use smbpasswd as a backend,
| it uses an algorithm to construct SIDs from uid/gids.
| The SIDs are not stored anywhere.
| But when ldapsam is used as a backend,
| without changing anything else to the configuration,
| a SID *has to* be stored in the entry of each user.
| I don't need nor want that.
| - Is it possible to have a LDAP backend but still use
| the algorithm to construct SIDs? How?
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