[Samba] Re: Samba Domain Administrator
jcllings at gmail.com
Tue May 24 02:35:07 GMT 2005
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> I'm using SAMBA version 3.0.9-2.3-SUSE as a PDC and internal mail server (few users in user list) for quite some time and so far so good for what i wanted (Domain logins, shares, users files and backups).
> My problem is when i need to install software or hardware on a machine (client of the domain - Windows XP Pro). As the users don't have administrator priviledges on their machines, only the administrator (of the machine) can do such things. Now, what can i do to have a domain administrator (since root is a valid user in the domain but not administrator).
> I've browsed through documentation but i can't seem to find what's going on.
This is a little confusing.
Do you want to be able to have your Domain Administrator install
software on each machine? If that is the case, you will need to make
the Domain Administrator ( root in this case? ) a member of each local
machine's Administrators group. You might be able to do this from
remote using the net command. You'll also probably need all the right
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