[Samba] New User NIS Domain & UID
rowlandpenny241155 at gmail.com
Sat Nov 14 07:44:41 UTC 2015
On 14/11/15 05:25, Henry McLaughlin wrote:
> I have created an AD domain controller using the following guide:
> I am seeking to setup a domain member using the following guide:
> I have opted to use idmap_ad using the following guide:
> All of the kerberos and DNS tests pass.
> On the member server wbinfo -u lists all the users
> user1 at jupiter:~$ wbinfo -u
> On the member server wbinfo -g lists all the groups:
> user1 at jupiter:~$ wbinfo -g
> allowed rodc password replication group
> enterprise read-only domain controllers
> denied rodc password replication group
> read-only domain controllers
> group policy creator owners
> ras and ias servers
> domain controllers
> enterprise admins
> domain computers
> cert publishers
> domain admins
> domain guests
> schema admins
> domain users
> On the member server getent passwd only lists only the users where a unix
> id has been set in ADUC.
This is correct.
> Does this mean the NIS domain and UID must be set for every user manually
> using the following:
Yes, or you can use samba-tool
> It appears strange that this is not done when the domain was originally
Why, how would the provision know that you have any Unix users, or what
number to start them from.
> When creating a new user is there a way to specify a default NIS domain and
> have the UID set automatically?
Using samba-tool you can sort of do this, if you run 'samba-tool user
create --help' it will list all the options you can set, but you will
still have to give the NIS domain and UID.
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