[Samba] Authentication against FreeIPA without AD
yamakasi.014 at gmail.com
Tue Dec 29 11:55:45 UTC 2015
Yes we have had a topic about it @FreeIPA in the past, but as we have
not updated packages I wonder if we could get it working.
When I do the following:
root at myserver:~/# smbclient -k -U username at REALM /myserver.domain.local/shared
session setup failed: NT_STATUS_NO_LOGON_SERVERS
My DNS is setup ok and it gets a result when I do a tree test.
2015-12-29 12:00 GMT+01:00 Rowland penny <rpenny at samba.org>:
> On 29/12/15 10:00, Matt . wrote:
>> I wonder if someone here is already authing against FreeIpa with some
>> latest Ubuntu/SSSD install.
>> I'm on on Ubuntu 15.10 for samba to test this out:
>> Samba: 4.1.17
>> SSSD: 2.1.17
>> 4 on CentOS 7
>> I don't need an AD so I'm folling this what still does not apply.
>> I hope someone can help out and it's possible wit the current versions.
> Hi, haven't a clue about IPA, never used it, but after reading the link you
> provided, it looks like IPA is just used for authentication, Samba is then
> used as a fileserver, with Samba clients accessing the files on the
> This all sounds very like using a Samba AD DC with a Samba domain joined
> fileserver with Samba domain members accessing the files on the fileserver,
> and this will work easily on a Ubuntu machine, unlike the IPA setup which
> will require you to work out what all the red-hat commands actually do.
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