[Samba] Non-algorithmic RIDs
tonye at billy.demon.nl
Fri May 20 15:56:26 GMT 2005
fre, 20.05.2005 kl. 17.13 skrev Misty Stanley-Jones:
> > I use 3.0.11/3.0.14a (2 sites) on RHAS3 and LDAP. When I use smbpasswd
> > -a to add a POSIX group user to Samba, both user and group RIDs are
> > calculated from uidNumber and gidNumber on the basis of a simple
> > algorithm. This is something that smbpasswd just does; moreover it's
> > documented. Why should mine be different from yours
> It is obviously that I did not use those scripts.
> I wrote my own scripts to
> create an LDIF.
So do I, awk/sed/shell. I use smbpasswd (amongst other Samba utilities)
and I don't have your problem. Don't you know what smbpasswd is? Try
'man smbpasswd' ;)
> I am no Windows admin and simply had no idea that it
It's all fully documented and explained in the Samba doco, all you have
to do is read it.
> The simplest solution would be to change the UIDs but that would
> put them below 1000.
smbpasswd will do what you want, if you already have posixGroup entries
for users, groups and computers.
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