[Samba] Re: Trusted domain user login
Carlos Lorenzo Matés
clmates at mundo-r.com
Wed Jan 30 23:18:51 GMT 2008
El Miércoles, 30 de Enero de 2008, Thorkil Olesen escribió:
> Carlos Lorenzo Matés <clmates <at> mundo-r.com> writes:
> > > Maybe you should try:
> > >
> > > wbinfo -a NTDOMAIN\\clorenzo%myrealpassword
> > This was my first try and it says exactly the same.
> Well, that should work.
> > We have the very same users groups and passwords in the
> > NT Domain and in the
> > samba Domain, our samba domain uses ldap for storage.
> It doesn't make sense to have same users in both domains.
We make this because we are migrating the NT domain to a samba domain and this
was the best option to make this transparent for users
> >From samba's point of view users in different domains are
> not the same even though they have same username and
> password. They will still have different SIDs.
> > Here is our nsswitch.conf
> > passwd: files ldap
> > group: files ldap
> > passwd_compat: ldap winbind
> > group_compat: ldap winbind
> Why do you put winbind at 'passwd_compat' instead of 'passwd'?
I don't know I'm going to revise this, thanks
> > getent returns the ldap users, groups and paswwords, should
> > getent also return
> > the NT domain users when they are the same?
> If you use 'DOMAIN\user' it should, eg.
> getent passwd NTDOMAIN\\clorenzo
> I don't think however that nsswitch is used by wbinfo -a so this
> may not be your real problem.
> I had a similar problem that i solved by changing to kerberos,
> but with NT this is not possible.
> I don't think I can help with this.
Ok, im going to play with nsswitch to see if this changes something, also will
make another try with getent with the NTDOMAIN as you said.
Carlos Lorenzo Matés.
clmates AT mundo-r DOT com
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