[Samba] Citrix, Samba PDC experiences.

Prakash Velayutham prakash.velayutham at cchmc.org
Mon Mar 14 18:14:01 GMT 2005

Mark Nehemiah wrote:

>     Hi thanks for the quick reply.  I really just needed the fact that it
>works, and people are using it ok, before I go through the openLDAP,
>pdc setup.  I've looked over the samba docs, and the docs at
>http://www.unav.es/cti/ldap-smb-howto.html and they seem pretty good.
> I have not set up openLDAP before, except for email addresses.  Any
>advice, or howto information would be appreciated.  Is there any
>other sources of info that you would refer to besides SAMBA docs, and
>the link above for openLDAP, SAMBA pdc information?
>             Mark.
>On Mon, March 14, 2005 8:38 am, Prakash Velayutham said:
>>Mark Nehemiah wrote:
>>>Hi all,
>>>         I've dug through the lists and google, but haven't found very
>>>much info on using Citrix with a samba PDC.  The small number of
>>>messages and information I've found, lead me to believe it will
>>>work.  Does anyone have any first hand knowledge they'd be
>>>willing to share?  I'm currently involved in rolling out Citrix
>>>for proprietary windows apps for remote offices.  We've always
>>>used samba internally, though I'm still authenticating to a real
>>>old NT domain.  The Citrix rollout includes needing more windows
>>>CAL's, so rather then A/D, I really want to use a SAMBA PDC if
>>>         Mark
>>I have a Samba-3 PDC which supports >10 Windows PCs and 2 Citrix
>>servers. The PCs and Citrix servers authenticate against a central LDAP
>>directory through the samba server. Citrix servers are a part of a
>>different NT domain (which my Samba PDC has trust relationship with).
>>But as far as I can say, this setup is working fine for me. If you have
>>any specifics, please ask.
Please try not to top post.
That aside, did you take a look at idealx documents? I used most of them 
directly, but there are somethings in that document you will need to 
change as it does not work.


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