[Samba] Member Server SeDiskOperatorPrivilege
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Fri Jan 9 08:44:28 MST 2015
On 09/01/15 15:40, Tim wrote:
> When I switch back to backend ad, getent passwd returns nothing -
> getent group only returns by adding a dedicated group name.
> There is at least one user and one group with Id set in ad.
Yes, but do *any* of your AD users have a uidNumber attribute.
> Am 9. Januar 2015 16:29:39 MEZ, schrieb Rowland Penny
> <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>:
> On 09/01/15 15:19, Tim wrote:
> I switched to rid module of idmapping and now winbind offers
> all groups and I can set SeDiskOperatorPrivilege. getent group
> and getent passwd are now working! Am 9. Januar 2015 15:21:32
> MEZ, schrieb Rowland Penny <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>: On
> 09/01/15 13:47, Tim wrote: Hello all, I have a AD DC based on
> CentOS7 with sernet samba 4.1.14 with rfc2307 and function
> level 2008_R2. This one works so far and I can manage the AD
> from a windows client. Now I setup a member server based on
> CentOS7 with sernet samba 4.1.14 just like the wiki advises
> with the same smb.conf (realm etc is configured to my needs. I
> joined the AD and configured nsswitch. wbinfo works so far but
> getent passwd or getent group doesn't list domain objects.
> getent group testgroup1 works, but getent passwd testuser1
> does not. I created a share in smb.conf. Now I want to set the
> SeDiskOperatorPrivilege like the wiki advises. But it doesn't
> work. It says that it can't connect to server 127.0.0.1
> <http://127.0.0.1> <http://127.0.0.1>. I tried it with net rpc
> rights grant 'DOM\Domain Admins' SeDiskOperatorPrivilege
> -U'DOM\administrator' Now I can not access the server from
> windows to set share permissions. What to do? The wiki told
> nothing about kerberos so I did not do anything to it. Thanks
> in advance Hi, you appear to be the second person in two days
> having a similar, if not the same problem with the sernet
> packages. I don't think it is a kerberos problem, can you
> check if you have 'libnss_winbind.so <http://winbind.so>
> <http://winbind.so>.2' anywhere. Rowland
> I take it from this, that you do not have any uidNumber or gidNumber
> attributes in AD.
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