[Samba] domain online backup
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Tue Jun 18 15:54:00 UTC 2019
Interestingly, I never modified nsswitch on my DCs, yet everything works
and has always been working. (up to this particular backup issue...)
Didn't know it was needed on the DCs as well. Anyway:
I have now added winbind to nsswitch.conf, both users are now unix
users, with expected UID returned etc, but this does not change the
issue at hand at all.
On 18-6-2019 14:35, L.P.H. van Belle via samba wrote:
> He MJ,
> Ah, my user does have an UID/GID assigned.
> Did you "copy" the administrator user or did you create a new user and gave him administrator rights.
> On my DC's.
> id username
> uid=10002(ADDOM\usernam) gid=10000(ADDOM\domain users) groups=10000(ADDOM\domain users),3000275(ADDOM\internet-proxy-manual).. And more.
> Where my Administratos reflex to:
> id administrator
> uid=0(root) gid=0(root) groups=0(root)
> Note the 10000 and 3000275
> 100xx are assigned GID's with RSAT while 3000275 (RID) does not have any GID assigned.
> On my domain members the RID number 3000275 is not shown or not used or im using pure windows ACL's
> These 3000xxx numbers are not used on linux filesystems, only in authentication/security against windows and/or the samba AD's
>> On 18-6-2019 MJ via samba wrote:
>> This is on the DC, and no:
>> This one works:
>>> root at dc3:~# id myusername
>>> id: ‘myusername’: no such user
> Seems that its not working ;-)
>> and this one not:
>>> root at dc3:~# id samba.backup
>>> id: ‘samba.backup’: no such user
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