[Samba] dual boot challenge
andreas.habel at uis.no
Fri Jun 21 11:13:09 UTC 2019
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> From: samba <samba-bounces at lists.samba.org> On Behalf Of Rowland penny via
> Sent: 21. juni 2019 12:44
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> Subject: Re: [Samba] dual boot challenge
> On 21/06/2019 11:37, Andreas Habel via samba wrote:
> > Hi,
> > my test setup currently consists of the following:
> > 1 Linux AD DC
> > 1 Linux file server as AD member
> > 1 test pc with Win10/CentOS7 in dual boot mode
> > Domain users have one home directory for each operating system (
> /users/<username> for Windows and /users/<username>/Linux for Linux) on
> the file server. The corresponding fields in the user database (homeDrive,
> unixHomeDirectory, homeDirectory) are set.
> > The Windows 10 installation works fine - the PC belongs to the domain,
> domain users can login, get their home drive mounted and have a roaming
> > I am facing a problem with the CentOS installation. I installed samba
> according to the wiki
> After adding the CentOS installation to the domain, the Windows
> installation - naturally - got kicked out of the domain and users were no
> longer able to log in due to a broken trusted relationship.
> > Is there a way to solve this elegantly, i.e. using AD for authentication
> of (the same) users under Windows and Linux in a dual boot setup?
> You say that you are 'dual booting', this means (as you can only be
> running one OS at once) that they should be treated as two separate
> computers unless you have done something strange like using the same
> short hostname for the Windows PC and the Unix PC.
Yes, you're right -- since it is the same hardware, we've always used the same hostname.
OK, I use a different hostname now -- how should this one be added to the DNS? As a new A record or as a CNAME record? IP address is the same on Windows and Linux.
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