[Samba] Cannot access shared home directories from linux machine
ea4ml3f at gmx.at
Thu Jul 10 10:01:26 MDT 2014
> Hi, you seem to be using the 'rid' backend on the machine you are
> trying to connect from:
> idmap config * : backend = rid
> idmap config * : range = 10000 - 49999
> idmap uid = 50000 - 100000
> idmap gid = 50000 - 100000
> Doing this will ensure that you will definitely get a different id
> number for the user on the client against the one that they will have
> on the Samba4 server (incidentally, you are running an AD DC not a NT
> style PDC). I would suggest that you give your users & groups uid &
> gidNumbers and set the client to use these.
> Once this is setup, you should be able to connect via smbclient etc to
> the server, once this is working, you can move onto the cifs setup.
> Just what OS is the client running? idmap uid & gid where replaced
> some time ago.
Thanks for the hint - this is my first samba setup and I got the idmap
configuration from a guide I found online and used it without looking
into the rid backend.
I would configure the UID & GIDs via RSAT-Tools - but how can I
configure the client (terminal server) to use them?
Both the server and the client are running Debian Wheezy.
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