[Samba] Active directory authentification with Samba
simon at castortech.com
Thu Apr 13 15:44:59 GMT 2006
I went in the Samba settings and went in the security tab.
I selected ADS, added the IP of my AD server and added my Kerberos realm
(found it by running ksetup on my AD server).
But since I've done that, I can't even access the server.
The message tells me that the server is not accessible or that I might
not have permission. It also mentions that configuration information
can't be read from the domain controller.
What am I missing?
(Yes, I'm trying to read the doc... 943 pages, ugh)
From: Rob Tanner [mailto:rtanner at linfield.edu]
Sent: 11 avril, 2006 20:23
To: Simon Renshaw
Cc: samba at lists.samba.org
Subject: Re: [Samba] Active directory authentification with Samba
Use security = ADS or security = DOMAIN
On 04/11/2006 01:17 PM, Simon Renshaw wrote:
> I looked at the doc but I can't find what I'm looking for.
> I have 1 Linux server (CentOS 4.3) running Samba 3.0.10 in a Windows
> 2003 AD domain. I modified Samba's conf file to point it to our WINS
> server. We can access the share using \\servername. So far so good.
> Is there a way to use AD to authenticate the users instead of the
> users that are on the server?
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