[Samba] SAMBA not working as AD member server
rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
Tue May 5 10:20:48 MDT 2015
On 05/05/15 16:27, John Rykala wrote:
> I have set the UID and GID for individual users to 10000 as well as
> Domain Users.
I hope that doesn't mean you have set all users to have the same UID,
they do not need the GID.
> The resolve.conf does point to my DC.
> The nsswitch file does have winbind for passwd shadow and group.
> Not sure what nscd or avahi are. I loaded the centos as a basic server
> with not much else loaded but samba. Going to use this mainly as
nscd is a cache program that can interfere with winbind and avahi is the
linux version of apples bonjour, try running 'ps ax' and see if they are
> I am able to get samba working from another centos load using rid for
> back end and it works fine.
OK this proves that it is a problem with the uidNumber & gidNumber
attributes or something connected to them.
Do you have any local users that are also in AD ?
Does 'getent passwd domainuser' return anything ?
> On May 5, 2015 7:51 AM, "Rowland Penny" <rowlandpenny at googlemail.com
> <mailto:rowlandpenny at googlemail.com>> wrote:
> On 05/05/15 15:32, John Rykala wrote:
> Yes IDMU is installed.
> OK, so do your users have a 'uidNumber' attribute ?
> also does 'Domain Users' have a 'gidNumber' attribute ?
> are these numbers inside the range you have set in smb.conf
> '10000-99999' ?
> Does /etc/resolv.conf point to the DC as the nameserver ?
> do the 'passwd' & 'group' lines in /etc/nsswitch.conf have
> 'winbind' added ?
> You also posted this: 'however wbinfo -u only shown local accounts'
> Which local accounts does it show ?
> It isn't supposed to show local users, only domain users.
> Is 'nscd' running, if so, try turning it off.
> You are also using the 'local' TLD, if avahi is running, turn it
> off, it isn't compatible with using 'local' as your TLD.
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