[Samba] Samba3 Limitations?
Gerald (Jerry) Carter
jerry at samba.org
Fri Mar 18 14:51:13 GMT 2005
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Carlos Eduardo Pedroza Santiviago wrote:
|> Windows privileges are local to the machine on which they are assigned.
|> The privlieges assigned on the Samba host have no relation to
|> privileged on the local clients.
| Yeah, but through "User Manager->Policies->User Rights". Aren't
| that rights supposed to work with all domain computers?
Not based on my understanding. The assigned privileges are shared
among DC's but not domain members.
| Domain local groups, which could be created using User
| Manager? ("User->New local group"). So samba implements that
| via group mapping (idmap with ldap backend?)?
on a Samba DC, use 'net groupmap' set the type to 'local'. You can do
nested group support using winbind if you want that. For example,
adding the domain admins group to the UNIX wheel group.
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