[Samba] AD integration - Administrator can log in but no one else can
steve at steve-ss.com
Fri Feb 7 10:23:48 MST 2014
On Fri, 2014-02-07 at 06:40 -0800, yan at seiner.com wrote:
> > Hai,
> >>I changed the case, and removed /etc/krb5.conf (replaced it
> >>with an empty
> >>file) which should force samba to go to the kerberos servers. Now my
> >>users can access their shares, my groups work, life is good.
> > If you removed krb5.conf and put an empty file back, you wil get troubles.
> > Just setup your krb5.conf correct.
> I set up my krb5.conf per your example, disabled likewise from starting
> (likewise was the cause of all my problems) rebooted the samba server
> since there's apparently no graceful way to shut down likewise, and
> everything works just fine.
Did you remove it from nsswitch.conf too? Even if it's not running,
you're still slowing things down by looking for it.
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