[Samba] AD Users on Linux Laptop
gaiseric.vandal at gmail.com
Sun Jul 12 23:33:08 UTC 2020
Just so I understand-
Do you have a samba domain controller?
Is the Linux laptop itself a Samba server?
If you are logging in to the linux laptop using your AD credentials, the
SSSD will be sufficient for caching. You should not need to use winbind at
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Subject: [Samba] AD Users on Linux Laptop
I have setup a laptop with debian10, where samba ad users should able to
login. I also setup PAM_Offline_Authentication, so far so good.
There are several Problems:
- After Reboot winbind seem to start before network is redy, so winbind
can't get user info via getent passwd <username>, after restart winbind it
- How can I cache logins infos, for offline login (e.g. when only wlan is
available or to start vpn after login to get access to shares)
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