[Samba] AD: smb.conf of newly joined DC
infractory at gmail.com
Mon Feb 8 17:08:43 UTC 2016
I love your prefered option : )
In fact this question came to me after seeing there people with highly
customized smb.conf. For me I have one line to add and I had lot of time to
build up my domain, see some (most I hope!) of mistake to avoid and so on.
For new guys with not much time to deploy (very small business, sometimes
admins which are still quiet beginners...) having an internal process to
grab smb.conf from FSMO owner when joining new DC would help.
But as you mentioned this would ask some work: some options could refuse to
be set early, shares are often a non-sense to copy (not same server, not
same share) and so much I don't see...
Have a nice evening all
2016-02-08 17:45 GMT+01:00 Rowland penny <rpenny at samba.org>:
> On 08/02/16 15:21, mathias dufresne wrote:
>> Thank you Rowland for your replies.
>> Isn't it possible to forward during join time the content of the right
>> smb.conf? This could make deployment easier which would help some of us...
>> Just my two cents...
> I have had a look at this, the code to add the required line to smb.conf
> is part of the provision and on the first DC it is run. It is not run on
> the join because to make it work, there would have to be an '--use-rfc2307'
> option for the 'join' command, but you cannot do this because it would also
> run the code to provision the fake ypserver.
> Three options here:
> Add the line to every smb.conf, not really a good idea if the ntvfs
> backend is also used
> Add the line to every smb.conf and make the s3fs backend the default, this
> is only really possible if the ntvfs backend is also removed.
> Add another option to the 'join' command, 'join-rfc2307' and alter the
> provision code slightly to add the line if the option is supplied. This is
> my preferred option at the moment.
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