pischta at gmail.com
Fri Jul 10 08:36:27 UTC 2015
thank you for your answer. I already added gidNumber 513 for the group. Now
I added the two additional attribute for the group. I installed RSAT, and
enabled the necessary modules according to the Samba wiki. I opened AD
users and computers, and Domain Users' properties. When I click on the UNIX
Attributes tab, I get an error: Execution denied. On the panel I see: NIS
Domain: xxx; GID: 513; Members: empty list.
When I add members, it accepts silently, but when I reopen this window, the
members list is empty again.
2015-07-09 12:46 GMT+02:00 Marc Muehlfeld <mmuehlfeld at samba.org>:
> Hello Pisch,
> Am 09.07.2015 um 11:42 schrieb Pisch Tamás:
> > I had old files with group Domain Users. I see now 513 as group for
> them. I
> > realised that in the ldap database, the "well known" groups don't have
> > gidNumber. The users and grups which I created in Samba3 seems ok, they
> > have correct gidNumber and uidNumber, and I can use chown locally with
> > I added the gidNumber attribute to the "well known" groups manually, but
> > Domain Users not yet resolvable locally.
> The Domain Users group is not migrated - it new created. Assign it the
> same gidNumber value, than you had in your previous installation. The
> easiest way is to do this via the Unix Attributes tab in ADUC.
> Beside the gidNumber, ADUC adds two more attributes:
> msSFU30NisDomain: samdom
> msSFU30Name: Domain Users
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