[Samba] sambaLogonHours and timezones
dave at dcdata.co.za
Wed Oct 19 12:38:12 GMT 2005
Thanks for your reply.
The time on the server is set to localtime, the timezone set to SAST (GMT+2)
as are all the XP workstations.
The time on the server and workstations is correct.
Any ideas why my values are out by 2 hours each time ?
Thanks for your help so far.
CNS, CLS, Linux+
support at dcdata.co.za
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From: "Gerald (Jerry) Carter" <jerry at samba.org>
To: "David Wilson" <dave at dcdata.co.za>
Cc: <samba at lists.samba.org>
Sent: Wednesday, October 19, 2005 1:35 PM
Subject: Re: [Samba] sambaLogonHours and timezones
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> David Wilson wrote:
> | Hi guys/girls,
> | How are you keeping ?
> | A while ago I mentioned a problem that I'm picking up with Samba with
> | OpenLDAP and the "logon hours" restrictions which are implemented via
> | the NT 4.0 User Manager.
> | Basically my problem was that users were unable to login 2 hours before
> | the actual restriction should kick in.
> | At the time I thought that perhaps the problem was caused by Slackware
> | Linux and it's timezone implementation of SAST (GMT+2).
> | Since then I've experienced the same problem on SLES9 and Suse Linux
> |> From what I can see, the "sambaLogonHours" value is always set with
> |> GMT in
> sambaLogonHours is localtime. Not GMT IIRC.
> cheers, jerry
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