[Samba] replace winbind with ldap
linuxtovishesh at gmail.com
Tue Dec 16 06:30:14 GMT 2008
since linux server is already running in our enviroment then
why waste money on windows license too. Another reason is maintaining
multiple server is just wastage of resources if all purpose all be solved by
one linux server only
On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 4:44 PM, Madars Vitolins <m at silodev.eu> wrote:
> I would like to know the actual reason :)
> Is the licence price too high?
> Stability of the Win2003 Server?
> Or... virus posibilities?
> Something else?
> Well, I have similar situation, with not such count of client machines, but
> plan is to migrate to samba. I just wanted to know your reason.
> vishesh kumar wrote:
> dear madars
> I am not migrating for interest but want to free server running windows
> active directory. Group Policy has not been implemented in our enviroment.
> On Mon, Dec 15, 2008 at 1:59 PM, Madars Vitolins <m at silodev.eu><m at silodev.eu>wrote:
>> Hi Vishesh,
>> Why do you want to migrate to openLdap?
>> Just for interest.
>> One thing about your case I could say that openLdap won't support group
>> vishesh kumar wrote:
>>> dear all
>>> Currently i am using samba 3.0.28 with windbind on rhel5.2. Our
>>> network consist almost 200 users and window 2003 active directory which
>>> holds domain data. Now i want to replace active directory with openldap.
>>> want to know is there any tool that help to migrate Active Directory data
>>> openldap ?
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