[Samba] Change user SID on Samba 4.1
Daniel Carrasco Marín
danielmadrid19 at gmail.com
Tue Apr 28 13:58:33 MDT 2015
2015-04-28 21:36 GMT+02:00 Andrey Repin <anrdaemon at yandex.ru>:
> Greetings, Daniel Carrasco Marín!
> >>> Hi, Is there any way to change the SID of an user on Samba 4.1?. I've
> >>> tried:
> >>> pdbedit -U newSID -u user
> >>> pdbedit -u user -U newSID
> >>> pdbedit --'user SID'=newSID -u user
> >>> but it shows the user infor without change anything.
> >> Changing a user's sid is a really bad idea, so in the AD DC (at least)
> >> is is made quite difficult.
> > I had troubles with classicupgrade and linux machines, and i'm creating a
> > new AD (for now works perfect). I want to keep the same SID of the old AD
> > to avoid to move all users profiles.
> If you could instead explain, what kind of troubles you've had with
> So far, I haven't seen anything that couldn't be solved with a little
> and a good deal of creativity.
> I would also appreciate, if you don't top-post.
> Putting answer above question makes messages unnecessarily hard to read and
> With best regards,
> Andrey Repin
> Tuesday, April 28, 2015 22:33:57
> Sorry for my terrible english...
Sorry, my Gmail is configured to top-post by default.
My problem with upgrades was with member servers. The upgrade process was
fine and I can join the AD with any Windows machine, but when I try to join
that AD with a Linux machine then it fails. I've created a new AD with same
versions and configurations and I can join that AD with same servers that
fails with upgraded AD.
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