[Samba] smbladp_conf shell opts

Albert Teixidó albert.teixido at uab.es
Tue May 30 13:32:35 GMT 2006


Your "regular" samba users should be unable to login server-side, unless
you configure the server to allow this (ldap-pam & Co.)

El dl 29 de 05 del 2006 a les 17:10 -0700, en/na
listserv.traffic at sloop.net va escriure:
> I'm setting up a smaba/ldap server and I'd really like "regular" samba
> users to not have local login privs. (LDAP will handle all unix and
> samba accounts.)
> So, to that end, I thought changing the options in smbldap.conf,
> specifically...
> userLoginShell="/bin/bash"
> to something like
> userLoginShell="/sbin/nologin"
> Is there some unanticipated impact that would make this unwise?
> Is this the best way to accomplish the task?
> Finally, are there other places I need to handle this for it to work
> as I intend?
> -Greg
Albert Teixidó
SIEE - Suport Informàtic de l'Escola d'Enginyeries

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