[Samba] AD migration issues
rpenny at samba.org
Thu Apr 11 14:06:24 UTC 2019
On Thu, 11 Apr 2019 13:46:25 +0000
Praveen Ghimire <PGhimire at sundata.com.au> wrote:
> Hi Rowland,
> Thank you for that.
> We did the testing in a Vmware VM, the actual production box is
> hosted in SmartOS. Didn't encounter the issues during testing.
> I am pretty sure it is not a group, it is a user. When I check the
> AD , I see it as a user. The user with the issue is doesn't have
> that listed in members of section.
Here is an interesting fact, a group on a Samba AD DC can also be a
Try running this 9as root) on your DC:
ldbedit -e nano -H /path/to/idmap.ldb
Then search for '3000002' (use Ctrl-W)
Once found, there will be a line 'type', I believe it will be
> With the idmap stuff, the server in question is both DC and file
> server. So I thought we need the idmap config
No, this is one of the problems of using a DC as a fileserver.
> With the ACLs, I read the following Wiki article
> If you must use the Samba DC as a fileserver, you should be aware
> that the auto-enabled acl_xattr virtual file system (VFS) object
> enables you to only configure shares with Windows access control
> lists (ACL). Using POSIX ACLs with shares on a Samba DC does not
> work. However the document mentions not to add it to the config in
> the DC.
> Does it mean, we need to change the share permissions to something
> like chown root:"Domain Admins" /srv/samba/Demo? Including the sysvol
Do not touch Sysvol and what it means is that you MUST set the ACL's
from Windows, see here:
> What about the smb.conf file? Do we leave it with just
> server role = active directory domain controller
Start with the smb.conf that the provision gave you and only add lines
after thoroughly investigating them, if in doubt, ask here.
> We had to roll back (reverted the tbd files and smb conf) due to the
> issues, we only had a few test machine online during the testing.
> Then we found same issues with users in non-AD server. The users had
> no issue with the shares previously.
A non AD server is just that, a server that is not part of the domain,
any users on it will not be the same users as in AD, even if they have
the same username.
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