liuhongquan at nwbsc.com
Mon Oct 10 05:34:11 GMT 2005
My environment is FreeBSD 5.4 , Samba 3.0.12 and the users are =
authenticated by AD server(that is the "password server" points to this =
It seems no "groupmap" command on freebsd,
How I can solve this issue?
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=D6=F7=CC=E2: Re: [Samba] About the group setting in smb.conf.
>This is my first time to configure Samba server as a member server in =
>So, I have a question about how to configure a group name with one or =
more spaces in smb.conf?
>As we know, this kind of group names are very common in Windows =
>For example, set =A1=B0valid users=A1=B1 parameter:
>Usually , a name starting with @ is represented group,=20
> valid users =3D username, @GroupName,=A1=AD
>But if the group name includes spaces, e.g. =A1=B0it dept=A1=B1, =
>How can I set them correctly?
>(I set them as @=A1=B1it dept=A1=B1, but the winbind log file tells me =
=A1=B0group it dept in domain XXXX does not exist=A1=B1,
>But I can list this group using wbinfo =A8Cg)
>Wish someone give me a advice!
>Thanks in advance!
Basically, you need to map your NT groups to Linux groups. The Linux
groups should not have spaces in the names. Do a search on samba
groupmap for the details.
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