[Samba] Linux users and Samba 4
steve at steve-ss.com
Tue Nov 29 12:34:06 MST 2011
On 29/11/11 20:20, Adam Tauno Williams wrote:
> On Tue, 2011-11-29 at 20:09 +0100, steve wrote:
>> I have a LAN of linux and win7 clients currently with Samba 3.6 and
>> LDAP. Linux users authenticate against LDAP and are placed in their
>> nfs'd /home folder. The same user can also logon to windows. His roaming
>> profile is stored in his /home folder. (something like .msprofile_v2)
>> How do I transfer my current Linux/Samba 3/LDAP users over to
>> Linux/Samba 4?
> Samba4's winbind does not support RFC2307, so doing this is pretty
> rough. I think you need to either use CIFS + winbind everywhere or
> somehow maintain an external idmap.
> Yea, it is horrible. We are staring down the barrell of the same gun.
I don't believe it. So with samba 4, we are back to having to have two
separate accounts and two passwords. AgghhH!!!
So, after all this, I've now found out that Samba 4 only caters for
windows clients; it does not provide the single sign on that samba3/LDAP
That can't be true can it?
Any ideas anyone?
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