[Samba] Samba4 AD/DC Replication
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Tue Jan 7 03:03:25 MST 2014
On 07/01/14 06:40, Daniel Müller wrote:
> NO!!! It does not!!!
> Even in a real Windows environemenmt it does not. One is the chief holding
> all. The other Servers just get the infos.
> Tested it a thousand times and it always replicate only in one direction
> master to slave.
> EDV Daniel Müller
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> Auftrag von Rowland Penny
> Gesendet: Montag, 6. Januar 2014 17:14
> An: elceliz at gmail.com; samba at lists.samba.org
> Betreff: Re: [Samba] Samba4 AD/DC Replication
> On 06/01/14 15:58, Marc Muehlfeld wrote:
>> Hello Ezequiel,
>> Am 06.01.2014 16:43, schrieb Ezequiel Celiz:
>>> I'm having some trouble replicating a domain.
>>> I followed the steps in this guide:
>>> I followed the steps and everything worked fine for me.
>>> If I make changes on the PDC, these changes are replicated to the
>>> Secondary DC, but if I make changes to the Secondary, these are not
>>> seen in the PDC.
>>> Is there any way to make it two-way?
>> ...This means, files can only be transfered in one direction. That's
>> why for rsync-based SysVol replicaton, you have to choose one DC, on
>> which you do all modifications (GPO edits, logon script changes,
>> etc.). And all other DCs are retrieving the changes from this host,
>> because modifications on them are overwritten when syncing....
> Trouble is Marc, the OP doesn't actually state what changes he is making, if
> it is something like creating a GPO then what you are saying is correct, but
> you should be able to create a user on any DC and it should then replicate
> to any other DC's or am I missing something here.
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Well that is worth knowing, having never actually used a genuine windows
server, I thought what the OP wanted was reasonable, should have known
better, after all, we are dealing with microsoft here. LOL
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