[Samba] SAMBA+LDAP-How to promote Administrator with all
Frank Van Damme
frank.vandamme at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 09:27:54 GMT 2007
On 10/11/07, Torsten <heinzelrumpel at gmx.de> wrote:
> I have setup samba+ldap an almost everything went well, accept the fact,
> that there was no administrative account from the beginning. So I just
> created one using smbldap-useradd.
> samba-pdc:~# /usr/sbin/smbldap-usershow administrator
> dn: uid=administrator,ou=Users,dc=rhhu,dc=local
> cn: administrator
> sn: administrator
> givenName: administrator
> uid: administrator
> uidNumber: 1004
> gidNumber: 513
> So, administrator is member of Domain Admins. I suppose the problem lies
> within the primary group membership of that account, but I have no clue
> how to change the sid.
> What would be a practicable solution? Thanks.
> Regards, Torsten
You problem is that the account does not have uid number 0. If it has,
it has a root account on your unix box and you're all set.
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