[Samba] office 365
lists at merit.unu.edu
Tue Jun 7 07:05:28 UTC 2016
But I don't mind to run a windows IIS server for this at all. It's just
the AD DCs that are samba, we have a windows server running here
(printserver) that I could use for if required.
So you problems are because you tried to get this running using apache..?
Thanks for your reaction,
On 6-6-2016 22:22, Jeff Sadowski wrote:
> goes through the steps I remember taking in a windows environment. As
> you can see step 2 is to install ADFS this is what would need emulated
> with some web server.
> So I will try and google ADFS on apache or nginx or linux. I'll let you
> know if I find anything interesting.
> On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 1:53 PM, Jeff Sadowski <jeff.sadowski at gmail.com
> <mailto:jeff.sadowski at gmail.com>> wrote:
> We had set Office 365 to use single sign on at my last place of
> work. Microsoft uses a significant part of what is built into IIS on
> Windows Servers. I don't see this as being possible any time soon. I
> could be wrong for all I know someone may have developed a simple
> set of apache/nginx plugin/scripting/page_layout to handle the
> authentication but I have not seen it. A little bit about it:
> Microsoft redirected authentication to ssl on your server that
> somehow let Microsoft servers know that your site trusted that
> authentication(maybe a cookie). Luckily lots of stuff broke to show
> me what was happening with it. Sometimes people on the vpn could not
> get in other times people outside the local network could not get
> in. The breaking actually helped me understand a little more about
> what was going on and if it was an internal or external issue.
> Testing with multiple browsers helped trouble shoot this as well. So
> someone that has Microsoft servers if they spent the time could
> develop apache/nginx pages to imitate the behavior needed by Office
> 365 as far as I know they don't exist yet.
> On Mon, Jun 6, 2016 at 12:50 PM, lists <lists at merit.unu.edu
> <mailto:lists at merit.unu.edu>> wrote:
> Anyone here using office 365 with samba AD?
> Tips, ideas..?
> Read this:
> The link says
> "synchronizing-your-directory-with-office-365-is-easy", but I
> wonder if anyone with an AD on samba has done it?
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