RES: [Samba] domain or not domain?
Bruno Gimenes Pereti
pereti at ump.edu.br
Tue Jul 24 20:45:57 GMT 2007
I think you have 2 alternatives:
1 - configure this samba server out of your ad and create a thrusted
relationship allowing users from you ad domain access to this share.
2 - Configure your samba as a domain member of you ad comain and configure a
user in you ad with restricted access and give him access to this share.
Hope it helps,
Bruno Gimenes Pereti
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> De: samba-bounces+pereti=ump.edu.br at lists.samba.org [mailto:samba-
> bounces+pereti=ump.edu.br at lists.samba.org] Em nome de Favero Roger
> Enviada em: terça-feira, 24 de julho de 2007 07:36
> Para: samba at lists.samba.org
> Assunto: [Samba] domain or not domain?
> Hi all,
> that's my first post in this mailing list. I'm looking for a very
> special and strange samba configuration (at least from my point of view
> and my experience) and I'm not sure it is possible to reach this goal.
> Anyway, this is my request:
> I'm running a M$ Windows 2003 Serve as PDC with Active Directory and
> file server, and I would like to configure in a Linux machine a
> directory shared either from some domain's user or from some samba
> (only, not domain's user) users. In your opinion is it possible?
> This request is due to the need to let some files available to some
> external agents when they visit our offices, but I don't want to give
> them a Domain account to avoid let them able to browse others shares in
> the windows file server. So, if it is possible to set up a machine where
> I can authenticate either domain's user or not domain's user I solved my
> problem in a easy a clean way.
> Any idea about?
> Thanks a lot for your help
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