[Samba] Some what breaking security model in Samba; LDAP + SMB shares
aurfalien at gmail.com
Tue May 22 13:18:16 MDT 2012
Been a Samba user for some time now.
I have a sort of odd request due to the nature of my env.
I have been authing my XP/7 clients against OpenLDAP for years now and all is well (using pGina).
I've even wrote a few scripts to tie in the SFU NFS client so that all is clean with regards to UGO of files/dirs.
However because NFS just plain sux on M$, I wish to come back to Samba as its so darn fast.
Is there any way I can simply map Samba shares as a user w/o a password to preserve UGO? This can't be a guest map as I really need owner ship/mask to follow the user login.
I mean my users auth to login using my OpenLDAP server so I don;t feel the need to auth again for drive mapping.
And I can't have any Samba fromage (thats good cheese by the way as I love cheese) in my LDAP DB.
Thanks in advance,
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