[Samba] Group SID problems?
jonlists at cbsol.com
Tue May 17 18:11:53 GMT 2005
Now that I look at this further, I notice that the "Domain Users", "Domain
Admins", etc are not assigned..... mapped.
Unfortunately, trying to assign them using the net groupmap modify results
in a complaint the first time that the group "Domain Admins" doesn't exist
in mapping DB (which it doesn't because it's LDAP, although you can't add
it due to spaces).
net groupmap add "Domain Users" unixgroup=users complains that "group 1002
already exists in LDAP
So the key here is how I add "Domain users" to OpenLDAP, then map that
group to unixgroup users. ....... correct?
Creative Business Solutions
IBM, Microsoft, Novell/Suse, Sophos Consultants
samba-bounces+jonlists=cbsol.com at lists.samba.org wrote on 05/17/2005
> Have a site where the network users are connecting to most shares
> group usage. Unfortunately, access to Samba is sporadic. Sometimes they
> connect okay, sometimes they can't connect at all.
> Looking at their system config, I notice that the SID's for the groups
> look..... odd. The users group ends in 3005.... but each user's
> PrimaryGroupSID is a group with a SID that ends in 1201, and there is no
> group that I can find with this SID. This site uses a LDAP backend.
> The question is - what specifically should I look for in the logs to
> verify that incorrect "mapping" of group SID's would cause the issue
> sporadic connectivity? (there doesn't seem to be any issue of network
> Thanks for any insight, ideas.......
> Jon Johnston
> Creative Business Solutions
> IBM, Microsoft, Novell/Suse, Sophos Consultants
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