leituras at gmail.com
Wed Jun 27 23:42:22 GMT 2007
Hi Adam & Torsten.
Thanks for the help. As Adam said my problem was the update issue. I
remarked the remote update option (Default Computer -> Network -> System
policies update), setting it to do automatically update. Now my domain is
working all right.
I have another question: How can I create a Power User using Linux? I have
some machines that requires a Power User to access some hardware components,
but I didn't find how to do that.
On 6/27/07, Adam Tauno Williams <adamtaunowilliams at gmail.com> wrote:
> > I have had the same problem some time ago -- using Samba as an WindowsNT
> > 4 Domain Controller with Windows 2000 / XP clients. Joining the domain
> > and logons etc are no problem, but the policy normally works using AD
> > only :-(. In your case a software called Nitrobit (www.nitrobit.com) may
> > help.
> Most likely he disabled the updating of policies via his policy. :)
> People do it all the time. He just needs to read up on the NT4 policy
> documentation; this isn't a Samba issue.
> NT4 domain policies (NTConfig.POL) work just fine with a Samba PDC +
> > > I'm not using any Windows default groups ("Power Users", "Users",
> > > The strange scenario is that my clients are only reading the
> > > NTConfig.pol during
> > > their first logon in a machine, after that it seems that it assumes
> > > defaults configurations and don't read my NTConfig.pol file anymore.
> Adam Tauno Williams, Network & Systems Administrator
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